Bodie Creek Suspension Bridge
The Bodie Creek Suspension Bridge in the Falkland Islands is said to be the southernmost suspension bridge in the world. It was built in 1925, from a kit fabricated in England by David Rowell & Co., in order to shorten the distance sheep needed to be driven from southern Lafonia to the shearing sheds in Goose Green.
- Details at Falklands Philatelic Bureau
- Bodie Creek (with pictures)
- Entry at Bridgemeister.com
- How and why the Bodie Creek Bridge was built (illustrated)
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