About Harlin Rail Bridge
Bridges, Architecture, Interesting Places, Other Bridges
Harlin Rail Bridge is a heritage-listed railway bridge (now ruins) over Ivory (formerly Maronghi) Creek at Harlin, Somerset Region, Queensland, Australia. It was designed by Queensland Railways and built in 1910 by Queensland Railways. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 27 November 2008. It was destroyed in 2013 as a consequence of flooding associated with Cyclone Oswald.
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