The No. 7 Noojee trestle rail bridge, Victoria, Australia. The tallest surviving timber trestle bridge in Victoria. An eighteen-span structure, 102m long and 20m high – built by railway employees. The Warragul – Noojee rail line was fully completed in 1919, but closed between 1954/8. Timber was transported from local mills by a network of tramlines to the Noojee station. Rebuilt after the 1939 Black Friday bushfires.