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COOKTOWN, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 20: Local men fish from an old bridge over the Annan River on June 20, 2011 in Cooktown, Australia. Cooktown which is Australia's northernmost town on the east coast is located on the mouth of the Endeavour River where Captain James Cook and his crew aboard the Endeavour took refuge to repair their damaged ship in 1770. In 1873 after the discovery of gold it became the supply port for the Palmer River goldfields. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images for Tourism Queensland)

This bridge barley looks walkable, how they drove a car across it blows our minds! YEEKS!