The Courier Mail of 14th February 1945 reported “…The Pine Shire Council has received authorisation from the Main Roads Commission to construct by day labour a new bridge over Terrors Creek at Dayboro…”
It would seem that the new bridge over Terrors Creek was not constructed until sometime in the early 1950s. In a flood report in the Brisbane Telegraph of 16th February 1953 it was stated “…A report from Dayboro, 20 miles north of Brisbane, says that furniture was removed from business houses in the main street this afternoon when flood waters covered the street. The town has been deluged by more than six inches of rain in less than 24 hours.
The water in the street was over the concrete kerbing of the new Terrors Creek bridge at Dayboro.”