Thursday, November 24, 2011

Richmond, Tasmania

The Richmond Bridge is heritage listed and is located on the original "Convict Trail" some 25 kms north of Tasmania's capital - Hobart - and is the oldest bridge still in use in Australia today.  It was constructed in sandstone by convicts in 1825 and continues to attract many visitors (including artists) to this charming "village".

1 comment:

Dianne said...

A beautiful old sandstone bridge and the water is so still and reflective - delightful capture from under the tree!

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