Historical information

The four arch railway bridge, known as the Jacksons Creek Viaduct Bridge, spans the Jacksons Creek north of the Sunbury Railway Station. The weir at the base of the bridge was used to dam water as well as ensuring a water supply for the steam trains. The pump house at the base of the bridge was where the water was pumped and then taken to the railway station for the steam engines.


This bridge is one of notable four railway bridges along the railway line that are in Sunbury.

Physical description

An enlarged black and white photograph with a white border of a high bridge over a watercourse.