While working on "Images Under Scrutiny" #8, I was alerted to the existance in 1966-1970 of a timber pedestrian footbridge across the Moorabool River which had been built for pupils attending Fyansford Primary School; the concrete bridge being too narrow to cater safely for both pedestrians and vehicles. At the same time a sturdy timber stairway had been constructed enabling students to crest the bluestone buttress blocking direct access to the school. As today was perfect for photography I decided to check-out the students' route.
Location of the timber walkway
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