Just south of Campbelltown lies the suburb of Menangle Park, which boasts the largest harness racing track in Australia and the Horse & Jockey Inn.
The 1863 box girder Viaduct sits on sandstone piers, which tower above the late nineteenth century Weir. The bridge carries rail traffic between Sydney and Melbourne – and is the oldest railway bridge in NSW that is still in use!
A little further is the town of Menangle, with its historic railway station. Originally opened in 1863 it is also listed on the NSW Heritage Register.
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