Historic Monkerai Bridge

Monkerai Road, Main Creek, NSW, 2420

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A local piece of history was added to the NSW State Heritage Register last week, for its great historical and technical significance. The Monkerai Bridge, over the Karuah River is the second oldest surviving timber truss bridge in NSW, being completed in 1882. After extensive upgrades over the last two years, it will remain a beautiful architectural gem for years to come! The historic Monkerai Bridge over the Karuah River has re-opened to traffic after undergoing a major upgrade. “Monkerai Bridge, the second oldest surviving timber truss bridge in NSW was closed in 2004, with regional traffic redirected to take alternate routes that added extra travel time. Total length: 98 metres Location: Monkerai, New South Wales Construction end: 1882 Bridge type: Truss bridge Width: 4.9 metres.
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Monkerai Road, Main Creek, NSW, 2420

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