The Thomas James Bridge. Built in 1830 (by No. 25 Road Party, under the supervision of Percy Simpson), it is one of 8 surviving bridges on the Great North Road (of an original 22); and the oldest bridge still in use on the Australian mainland.
Glenbrook, Blue Mountains, Sydney, NSW, Australia
The oldest stone bridge on the Australian mainland, Lennox Bridge (aka The Horseshoe Bridge) over Laptsone Creek, Blue Mountains, Sydney. Opened in 1833.
The mural tells the story of the school known as the 'Native Institution' (1814-1822), an early attempt to force Aboriginal children to conform to a British way of life. The bridge in the background is the Lennox Bridge, built 1836-1839.