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Having traveled the Vline track many of a times you look out the window knowing you are up high. But golly, standing in Malmsbury Botanical Gardens looking up at the viaduct you are in absolute awe.
To think this was built in the 1860s and...More
The malmsbury viaduct is a masterpiece of 19th century engineering. Its construction out of local bluestone shocases the mastery of the medium by the stonemasons of the time and rivals in majesty some of the finest work in stone anywhere in the world. The Romans...More
good little park. Easy to get around for people with a disabilty, but the toilets could do with an upgrade.
Geese are great. Running over to greet people a soon as they see a picnic basket. They do keep their distance though.
Work took me to Malmsbury and I had a day or two for look around the area. It was really nice to go right down to the Viaduct and "feel" the history. Such a small town and yet there is clearly some pride and effort...More
I've been here twice in the last couple of months, and both times the weather has been terrible. However, its worth braving the wind and rain to marvel at the workmanship of this Nineteenth Century bluestone Viaduct. Take the camera and wide lens, stand underneath...More
Amazing...... Take the time to walk to the base of the Viaduct/Aquaduct and look up. The stonemason work is impeccable. 600 men took 1 year to build this structure. It is an amazing piece of engineering. There is an explanation available of the structure on...More