|Location:||Bunnerungie Station, Silver City Highway (Anabranch)|
|Theme:||Transport and Communication|
Statement of Heritage Significance:
Remains of a log bridge erected over the Anabranch. The handsawn logs and posts are supported by large logs driven into the river bed.
The only bridge to survive the 1890 flood and subsequently the 1956 flood. The bridge enabled sheep to be transported from the Western portion of the property to the woolshed once located near the homestead. The bridge reflects the transport difficulties encountered by earlier settlers, caused by extending their runs to the western sector of the property but requiring to base the home activity near reliable waterways.
J Whyte; A Cunningham
Recording Date: 18/11/1988
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