Engineering Heritage Recognition Program (EHRP) Markers

From Engineering Heritage Queensland

Engineers Australia established the Australian Historic Engineering Plaquing Program in 1984 as a means of bringing public recognition to engineering works of historic or heritage significance and to the engineers who created them.

This program is now called the Engineering Heritage Recognition Program. The purpose of the Program is to encourage conservation of Australian engineering heritage and to raise community awareness of engineering and the benefits it provides.

A copy of the 2017 Guide to Engineering Heritage Recognition Program is available here.

Queensland places that have been recognised under this program are listed below.

Year Name
1984 Sugar Cane Harvesting Machines
1986 Winding Engine No. 756
1988 Story Bridge, Brisbane River
1995 Cairncross Graving Dock
1996 Lamington Bridge, Mary River
2001 Wallangarra Railway Station
2003 Southern Cross Windmill
2004 Victoria Bridge and its Crossley Engine
2005 Kuranda Range Railway
2010 Somerset Dam, Stanley River
2010 Burdekin River Bridge, Bruce Highway
2011 Bundaberg Waterworks
2011 Grafton to Brisbane Railway
2011 McKay's Minimum Energy Loss Culvert
2012 Barcadline Water Tower
2013 Longreach Power Station
2013 Hay Point No. 2 Coal Loader
2014 Gairloch Bridge
2014 Blackall Woolscour
2015 Julius Totalisator
2016 Degilbo-Mundubbera Railway Bridges
2018 Charters Towers Water Supply
2018 Normanton-Croydon Railway
2019 South Brisbane Dry Dock
2020 HMAS Diamantina
2023 Kennedy Bridge
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