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TOODYAY RAILWAY BRIDGE FLOOD 1930

1930
Overview

Small black and white photograph of Railway Bridge over the flooding Avon River.
Water is almost to the top of the Bridge.
Railway line on the left of the photo.
The base of the standing platforms off the side of the bridge are covered with water, with foam around the structure in the foreground.
Trees, fence and the first grandstand (burnt down in 1933) in the Showgrounds are in the distance.

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-37-2001.1336
Item type
Width
6.5000 cm
Height or length
11 cm
Inscriptions and markings

On back of photo: former accession numbers: CH 844; TCH. 83:55; in pencil: 2776; "July 11th 1930, Toodyay railway bridge in flood at the highest".

Year
1930
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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