Albury (inhabited place)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
345 x 262 mm. A view looking along the station platform, with railway employees posing for the photographer, and other workers gathered around a locomotive on the line.
346 x 262 mm. A view showing the iron girder bridge across the Murray, with one man standing on the river bank and two railway workers on a trolley on the line itself. The temporary rail bridge can be partially seen behind the new bridge, which was built in 1884 during John Whitton's period as Engineer-in-Chief.
275 x 215 mm. A view of the bridge from the river bank, with three spans of 80 feet built of iron girders, resting on two wooden supporting structures. With the 17 approach spans, not visible in the picture, the total length of the bridge was 630 feet.
92 x 55 mm. A view of the bridge from the river bank.