TitleConstruction of the Bribie Island BridgeDescriptionConstruction of Bribie Island Bridge, pouring a concrete deck in 1962. Note Toorbul Point (now Sandstone Point) in the background. Ted Clayton was foreman for K.D. Morris & Sons Pty Ltd, the contractors who built the bridge. The bridge cost 358,156 pounds. It was officially opened on 19 October 1963. A toll of 5 shillings per vehicle was charged and the cost of the bridge was repaid within 12 years. Refer to page 145 of the publication From Spear & Musket.Date1962PhotographerClayton, E.E. (Ted)CollectorClayton, E.E. (Ted)Record typePhotographFormat typeDigitalOriginal format colourBlack and white
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