|Bodie Creek Suspension Bridge|
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Photo by Rex Eagle. Please do not reuse without permission. Rex writes: "...a suspension bridge built by the Falkland Islands Company in 1924/25, to bring sheep from one part of their Goose Green farm to the shearing sheds manufactured in London by David Rowell and Co and shipped out to the Falklands to be assembled. It has a span of 400 feet carrying an 8 ft wide road way It was wide enough for single Land Rover traffic. Sadly now no longer used and falling into disrepair. Still able to be walked over. Supposedly the southernmost suspension bridge in the world."