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Panorama of Hurstville

Bridges


Of all the definitions for the word bridge, "a structure that allows people or vehicles to cross an obstacle such as a river, canal, or railway, etc." is the one that usually springs to mind.

Wikipedia

for the observant photographer.

DIG members' photographs of bridges are shown below.

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Violin bridge
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Pam Boyle
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Bernadette Abbott
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Evelyn Rogers
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Dorothy Durney
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Jean McCormick
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Diane Reddy
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Mary Blount
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Margaret Barnett
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Pam Donnett
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Mavis Fitzgibbon
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Pamela Samuels
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Geoff Turton
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Joyce Pickup
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Ian Chesterfield
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Robin Ireland
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Mary Daly
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Shirley Ellis
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Neville Donnet
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Gladys Brooks