Moorabool Viaduct is 442 metres long bluestone and iron Moorabool Viaduct was opened in 1862 to carry the Geelong-Ballarat railway over the river valley. It remains in use today, having been rebuilt in steel in 1918 to a design of Victorian Railways engineer Frederick Esling.
From the original edition of the Illustrated London News.
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