The Trestle Bridge was from my own reference photo taken early in 2007. It is the original art work of Sketchart26. The design features the famous trestle Bridge is situated at Selby in The Dandenong Ranges, some 26.5 miles by rail east of Melbourne, carries the Puffing Billy Heritage Narrow-Gauge (2'6") Railway over the Monbulk Creek and is part of a working railway that now carries considerably more traffic than in its prime working era of the first 30 years of the 20th century. Reference comes from http://esoteric-inkworks.tripod.com/friendsofthetrestlebridge/Length 85.3m (280 feet), height 12.8m (42 feet). Spanning both Monbulk Creek and the Main Road, it is the lowest point on the line and is a very popular place for photographing the train. Reference from http://www.puffingbilly.com.au/onfo/yourtrip/#5 Puffing Billy is the second most popular stream heritage railway in the world. The bridge carries up to six trains a day in each direction carrying 250,000 passengers from all over the world every year. Reference comes from http://esoteric-tripod.com/friendssofhetrestlebridge/ It is now featured on products under the categories of Apparel, Accessories, For The Office, For The Home and Unique Gifts Products. It is also available on Greeting/Note Cards and Postcards found under “Cards & Postage” All products are customizable. To customize a product click on the “Customize” to add or delete text, chose your font style, size or colour, or change the back ground colour. Need help? Or wish to request a particular design? You may contact me via the “Send Message” tab located on your left of screen.