John Monash: Engineering enterprise prior to WW1.

Reinforced Concrete T-girder Bridges. Janevale Bridge. 1911.

A striking bridge with ten 12.8m spans resting on tall trestles. These consist of two splayed legs, connected by up to three horizontal cross-pieces depending on their height. The river piers sit on cylinder piles.

Photo: Lesley Alves.

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