History[ edit ] Rossi's Crossing was a ford over the Wollondilly River used by the locals for access north west of Goulburn towards Wheeo and Crookwell. Rossi, a ccheap known local, near his estate, Rossiville.
Clarke built the approaches. The contractors were J.
Taylor and H. This type was developed in and used at least until It is a [Howe-type bridge and has a of de features.
It has tension rods for verticals and these can be used to adjust the geometry and counteract shrinkage; the diagonal members were cut off square sscorts their ends and pressed against special cast iron details and double timbers were used to allow for replacement. This bridge is unusual for its type in that it has granite piers and abutments, said to date from or earlier.
The bridge was early for its type, and its de and span give it considerable technological ificance. The bridge is unusual because of its support by elegant masonry piers which have not been noted under any other truss bridge in New South Wales.
The truss structure and piers complement an already attractive rural landscape.