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Misery Creek Bridge

Misery-Creek-Bridge-After-Rainstorm
Misery-Creek-Bridge-After-Rainstorm
High rainfall led to Misery Creek flowing over the Berringa Road and washing away half of the remaining structure of the bridge.

In our September edition, we reported a tree had fallen across the centre section of the historic Misery Creek Bridge in Berringa Road.  Sadly, this month the high level of rainfall led to another section of the bridge being washed away. The remaining structure seems to be very tenuously standing.

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