Bunkers, Brutalism & Bloodymindedness: Concrete Poetry
Heritage Council of Victoria and Open House Melbourne present a BBC FOUR two-part documentary in which Jonathan Meades makes the case for 20th-century concrete Brutalist architecture in homage to a style that he sees as brave, bold and bloody-minded.
The January Registrations by the Heritage Council of Victoria included:
The fourth joint NSW-Vic registration of a Murray River bridge. The Old Cobram-Barooga, a two-span de Burgh truss bridge with a central single, vertical-lift opening span supported on cast iron piers, was the only border crossing fully funded by Victoria. It was constructed in 1902 by the Victorian bridge-building firm of JB and W Farquharson.