Mundijong Train Bridge
Built in the early 60's, the train bridge was part of the old rail line that connected Alcoa's Jarrahdale bauxite mine to their Kwinana alumina refinery (which was commissioned in 1963).
The train line was closed in 1998 and the bridge span was apparently cut in January 2014 after a few trucks hit it. Being located on the South Western Highway, it's a busy road for big trucks coming from all over the state and interestate.
The bridge span part that was cut and removed is located in the Mundijong townsite, lying by the old rain line across from the Shire offices.