A selection of images of bridges from around the Marlborough region.
The historic Awatere road rail bridge near Seddon was completed in 1902 and served both trains and vehicles until 2007.
The Ōpaoa River Bridge was constructed between 1915-1917 and is the oldest bowstring arch bridge in NZ.
The Pelorus Bridge is one of several iconic bridges in Marlborough, New Zealand, located on State Highway 6.
Three small, one way bridges can be found along the length of Taylor Pass Road, connecting Blenheim with the Awatere Valley.
The Taylor River has more bridges across it than any other river in Marlborough, partly due to its course that takes it through Blenheim.
The Wairau Bridge near Renwick is a concrete and steel structure that replaced an earlier wooden bridge.
The bridge over the Wairau River on State Highway 1 near Tuamarina is a concrete structure completed in 1965.