The bridge was built by convicts in 1836 and is the 3rd oldest bridge still in use in Australia.
I have taken a few photos of the bridge over time, but never there at the right time of the day to get a good shot. The camera I used to take the photos below was an old digital, so that in it's self tells me I must drive down in springtime or summer and take some more photos of the Ross Bridge. I want to be able to zoom in and take digital photos of the carvings of the bridge. I have some lovely slides of the bridge.
The Man O' Ross Hotel built in 1831 has now gone into liquidation as it's owned by a firm from another city. Let's hope someone can buy it, would be a shame to see it neglected.
The Uniting Church in the distance.
The Man O' Ross Hotel.