Martin Bridge

Martin Bridge


Taree, Australia (AU)
The Martin Bridge is a road bridge over the Manning River in Taree, New South Wales, Australia. It is a steel truss bridge of 11 spans on concrete supports. Originally it had a lifting span with two concrete counter balances. The bridge was opened on 18 May 1940 by the Premier of NSW, Alexander Mair.
The Martin Bridge is a road bridge over the Manning River in Taree, New South Wales, Australia. It is a steel truss bridge of 11 spans on concrete supports. Originally it had a lifting span with two concrete counter balances. The bridge was opened on 18 May 1940 by the Premier of NSW, Alexander Mair.
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@ 2015-11-03 14:17:27
It also has a couple of 'Waymarks' associated with it
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@ 2015-11-06 06:36:36
Having worked in Taree for the last 18 years I have travelled over the Martin Bridge MANY times, especially since living in Tinonee. With Taree being bypassed by the newer Pacific Motorway, the bridge sees a lot less traffic again. The RMS is currently (November, 2015) in the process of major works to renovate the bridge.

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