Sunday, 20 March 2011

Tarban Creek Bridge

The Tarban Creek Bridge carries Burns Bay Road over Tarban Creek, between the suburbs of Hunters Hill and Huntleys Point. Tarban Creek Bridge is a concrete arch bridge which opened in 1965. It formed a missing link between the Gladesville Bridge and Fig Tree Bridge. It was originally planned to form part of a north-western expressway, which was never built.

18 comments:

  1. You know your stuff Jim. I have some old UBD's that cover the Lane Cove River in dotted lines of proposed expressways, Thank God they were never built!!!

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  2. Great shot!
    Beautiful bridge and beautiful scenery too!
    Thanks for sharing;o)

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    Have a nice and happy weekend****

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  3. A great view through the bridge. Have a lovely week-end.

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  4. This is part of the Seven Bridges walk in October, Jim. Not a good walk all the way round though, because so much is along busy roads.

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  5. I like this scene, with the symmetrical bridge capture and the boats underneath.

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  6. It's an attractive design and the location looks very pleasant.

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  7. like the fact that the ships sails underneath it, giving it a softer touch.

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  8. It is a modern looking bridge for being built so long ago.

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  9. I like the style of that bridge, very clean and open, yet it still make quite a statement.

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  10. i love the arch of this bridge. wonderful view.

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  11. that is a big creek! love the bridge design!

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  12. This bridge has great geometry. A most attractive contribution to Sunday Bridges.

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