|March 2011 (-33.815 deg., 151.026 deg.) Camellia Railway Bridge|
The Camellia Railway Bridge has steel legs that wrap around concrete columns to support the long center span of this through truss structure. It's also a very modern truss, having been completed in 1995 making it the newest of the Parramatta River crossings. However, according to the Heritage Council the masonry abutments are unaltered from a 19th century bridge and provide details on early bridge construction in Australia.
Australia's Bridges: Camellia Railway Bridge across the Parramatta River in NSW by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.