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France Itinerary: Where to Go in France by Rick Steves | ricksteves.com

France Itinerary: Where to Go in France by Rick Steves. [Looks like a good place to start planning, although I am not particularly interested in some of the stuff he mentions]

Ross Bridge is an historic bridge in the town of Ross, Central Tasmania, Australia.  It crosses the Macquarie River and was completed in July 1836.

Ross Bridge is an historic bridge in the town of Ross, Central Tasmania, Australia. It crosses the Macquarie River and was completed in July

Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park...Tasmania, Australia.

Cradle Mountain - Tasmania - Australia Awesome hike stunning views, loved it!

This Tasmanian bridge was built by convicts in Ross in 1836.  Photo by Dan Fellow.

This Tasmanian bridge was built by convicts in Ross in Photo by Dan Fellow.

Ross Bridge.  In the Midlands of Tasmania by Nyra Aherne

In the Midlands of Tasmania by Nyra Aherne

Campbell Town Bridge, Midlands, Tasmania

Campbell Town Bridge, Midlands, Tasmania

https://flic.kr/p/hgcuWb | Ross, Tasmania, Australia

https://flic.kr/p/hgcuWb | Ross, Tasmania, Australia

A FASCINATING SANDSTONE BRIDGE Ross, Tasmania, Australia. 'Ross is one of Tasmania's finest heritage villages, registered on the National Estate. It has a fine collection of well-preserved Georgian buildings and architecture, with most buildings of historic value.   The Ross Bridge (completed 1836) is a fascinating sandstone bridge, ordered by Governor Arthur, designed by John Lee Archer, and embellished with unique carvings by convict, Daniel Herbert.' [www.rosstasmania.com]

A FASCINATING SANDSTONE BRIDGE Ross, Tasmania, Australia. 'Ross is one of Tasmania's finest heritage villages, registered on the National Estate. It has a fine collection of well-preserved Georgian buildings and architecture, with most buildings of historic value. The Ross Bridge (completed 1836) is a fascinating sandstone bridge, ordered by Governor Arthur, designed by John Lee Archer, and embellished with unique carvings by convict, Daniel Herbert.' [www.rosstasmania.com]


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