Location #414 - Culvert Lower Bannockburn Creek (now Bannockburn Inlet) on the old Cairnmuir Road.
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|3369||c1943||Location||Lower Bannockburn Creek, old Cairnmuir Road (now Bannockburn Inlet) under Lake Dunstan. Approx 160m (500ft) south of the boat ramp.|
|3370||c1943||Construction details.||The culvert was constructed using parts from an unknown gold dredge. Three sections of steel trommel screen were used as culvert pipes.|
|3371||various||General notes.||Up until 1943 the old Cairnmuir Road had a ford crossing Bannockburn Creek. The Vincent County Council then installed the culvert. Around 1947 the culvert was washed away by a flood. In 1948, the road was realigned further south on higher ground, with a new bridge (location #400) constructed over the Bannockburn Creek.|
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