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He pārongo atu anōBallance Bridge, near Woodville

The Ballance River bridge at the eastern end of the Manawatu Gorge was designed by James Fulton and opened by the Premier, Richard John Seddon in 1904. The bridge was built using a double intersection Pratt truss with a small version at the south end, in a combination of steel and wood. The bridge was demolished 23 February 1972. to the left can be seen the rail line that runs from Palmerston North to Hawkes Bay.

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Ballance Bridge, near Woodville
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Public Photograph Collection Ash 33
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Ballance Bridge, near Woodville
Ashhurst Bridge
Ashhurst Bridge
Ashhurst Bridge piles
Ashhurst Bridge construction
Ashhurst Bridge under construction
Opening of Ashhurst Bridge
Dismantling the punt at the Ashhurst Bridge
Upper Manawatu Gorge Bridge, near Woodville
Ashhurst Bridge
Manawatu River from the Upper Manawatu Gorge Bridge
Road leading to the Manawatu Gorge from Woodville

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circa 1909

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Ballance Bridge, near Woodville
Ashhurst Bridge
Ashhurst Bridge
Ashhurst Bridge piles
Ashhurst Bridge construction
Ashhurst Bridge under construction
Opening of Ashhurst Bridge
Dismantling the punt at the Ashhurst Bridge
Upper Manawatu Gorge Bridge, near Woodville
Ashhurst Bridge
Manawatu River from the Upper Manawatu Gorge Bridge
Road leading to the Manawatu Gorge from Woodville

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