10 relations: George Cornwell, Hawthorn Railway Bridge, Kinglake National Park, List of dams and reservoirs in Australia, Maroondah Dam, Melbourne Water, Mount Disappointment (Australia), Plenty River (Victoria), William Thwaites (engineer), Yan Yean Reservoir.
George Cornwell was a British railway engineer and building contractor working in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia in the second half of the nineteenth century.
The Hawthorn Railway Bridge is a steel truss bridge that crosses the Yarra River east of Melbourne between Burnley and Hawthorn stations on the Alamein, Belgrave and Lilydale railway lines.
The Kinglake National Park is a national park in Central Victoria, Australia.
Dams and reservoirs in Australia is a link page for any dam or reservoir in Australia.
The Maroondah Dam is a rock foundation concrete gravity dam with an uncontrolled rock chute spillway across the Watts River, located in the Central region of the Australian state of Victoria.
Melbourne Water is a government owned statutory authority that controls much of the water system in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia including the reservoirs, and the sewerage and drainage system that services the city.
Mount Disappointment is an mountain, located on the southern end of the Great Dividing Range, north of Whittlesea, north of Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria, Australia.
The Plenty River is a perennial river of the Port Phillip catchment, located in the south-eastern Greater Melbourne region of the Australian state of Victoria.
William Thwaites (1853–1907) was a civil engineer working in Melbourne, Australia in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Yan Yean Reservoir is the oldest water supply for the city of Melbourne, Australia.