ZAR Road Bridge over the Olifants River, 'du Toit Bridge' / 'Du Toitbrug'
Originally designed to span 21m, the design was later increased to 30m, probably causing delays in the delivery since the steel super-structure needed to be imported. The sub-structure, as with all of this period, was of coursed, rough-hewn ashlar. It is the opinion of the authors (cited below) that this bridge was demolished in 1939, and components re-erected as the Bridge over the Wilge River, 'Bronhorstspruit Bridge'. It is thus the only recycled ZAR bridge structure extant.
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All truncated references not fully cited below are those of Joanna Walker's original text and cited in full in the 'Bibliography' entry of the Lexicon.
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