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Construction of Sydney Harbour Bridge.Southern end of bridge at Dawes Point,Circular Quay,Sydney.Looking west across Sydney Cove towards the Rocks.Showing smaller 'K' type ferry and the beginning of the arch in 1930.  •City of Sydney Archives•  🌹

Construction of Sydney Harbour Bridge.Southern end of bridge at Dawes Point,Circular Quay,Sydney.Looking west across Sydney Cove towards the Rocks.Showing smaller 'K' type ferry and the beginning of the arch in 1930. •City of Sydney Archives• 🌹

HMAS SYDNEY moored at East Circular Quay, February 10, 1941. . Text from ANMM: HMAS SYDNEY is seen mooring against the backdrop of the Sydney Harbour Bridge after returning from the Mediterranean Sea and service with the 7th Cruiser Squadron. Visible on S

HMAS SYDNEY moored at East Circular Quay, February 10, 1941. . Text from ANMM: HMAS SYDNEY is seen mooring against the backdrop of the Sydney Harbour Bridge after returning from the Mediterranean Sea and service with the 7th Cruiser Squadron. Visible on S

The Queen Victoria ocean liner from the Cunard Line (L) docks at Circular Quay in Sydney Harbour with the Harbour Bridge (top), after an early morning arrival on February 19, 2009. The Queen Victoria on her second world voyage after being launched in December 2007, is 20-storey's high making it the second largest Cunarder ever built and has brought around 2,000 passengers into Sydney. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOOD

The Queen Victoria ocean liner from the Cunard Line (L) docks at Circular Quay in Sydney Harbour with the Harbour Bridge (top), after an early morning arrival on February 19, 2009. The Queen Victoria on her second world voyage after being launched in December 2007, is 20-storey's high making it the second largest Cunarder ever built and has brought around 2,000 passengers into Sydney. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOOD

Sydney Harbour Bridge from Circular Quay

Sydney Harbour Bridge from Circular Quay

The Sydney Harbour Bridge, seen here from Circular Quay, is a steel through arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district and the North Shore. The dramatic view of the bridge, the harbour, and the nearby Sydney Opera House is an iconic image of Sydney, and Australia. It was opened in 1932. The bridge is nicknamed "The Coathanger" because of its arch-based design.

The Sydney Harbour Bridge, seen here from Circular Quay, is a steel through arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district and the North Shore. The dramatic view of the bridge, the harbour, and the nearby Sydney Opera House is an iconic image of Sydney, and Australia. It was opened in 1932. The bridge is nicknamed "The Coathanger" because of its arch-based design.

The Sydney Harbour Bridge and Luna Park from the ferry to McMahons Point from Circular Quay.

The Sydney Harbour Bridge and Luna Park from the ferry to McMahons Point from Circular Quay.

Aerial view of Sydney looking toward southeast.Shows Circular Quay and Hyde Park c.a. 1933/34,a year or two after the Sydney Harbour Bridge was built.

Aerial view of Sydney looking toward southeast.Shows Circular Quay and Hyde Park c.a. 1933/34,a year or two after the Sydney Harbour Bridge was built.

Circular Quay from the Pylon Lookout on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Circular Quay is the main ferry terminal in Sydney and the most central point for visitors to the city.

Circular Quay from the Pylon Lookout on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Circular Quay is the main ferry terminal in Sydney and the most central point for visitors to the city.

The Rocks from the Pylon Lookout on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The Rocks area is immediately adjacent to Circular Quay on Sydney Cove, the site of Australia's first European settlement in 1788. It was known as Tallawoladah by the Cadigal people and the original buildings were first traditional vernacular houses, of wattle and daub, with thatched roofs, and later of local sandstone, from which the area derives its name.

The Rocks from the Pylon Lookout on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The Rocks area is immediately adjacent to Circular Quay on Sydney Cove, the site of Australia's first European settlement in 1788. It was known as Tallawoladah by the Cadigal people and the original buildings were first traditional vernacular houses, of wattle and daub, with thatched roofs, and later of local sandstone, from which the area derives its name.

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