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From: samantha barnes, [proxy-8-filtered.education.netspace.net.au], Tuesday, 25 June 2013, 02:36
    the sydney harbour is really cool i wish i can climb it but i live in melbourn not sydney

From: Victor, [elecminds.heagmedianet.de], Thursday, 29 November 2012, 07:32
    At last! Someone with the insight to solve the probelm!

From: Les, [cpe-121-218-183-177.lnse4.cht.bigpond.net.au], Saturday, 27 October 2012, 08:25
    My Late Father Leslie Speechley did a Death Defying Slide from Sydney Harbour Bridge into Luna Park, around 1931 or 1932. I have information on this side in an old peice of newspaper.

From: Lol XD, [], Sunday, 14 October 2012, 10:52
    This Pictures is truly amazing.. Do you have any more pictures of the Bridge?

From: trevor Mcmillan, [], Thursday, 17 May 2012, 10:59
    I have a 1932 print off harbour i would like yo know if anybody out there has the so good to look back and see how the harbour has chanded

From: dylan , [ppp101-27.static.internode.on.net], Tuesday, 20 March 2012, 00:58
    awesome pic

From: Paul Fischer, [fmdmzpr01-ext.fm.intel.com], Friday, 16 March 2012, 12:52
    The tall gentleman on the left is my great, great Uncle Lawrence Ennis. My mother was raised by her grandmother, who was the sister of Lawrence.

From: bill field, [cpe-121-216-146-39.lnse2.ken.bigpond.net.au], Saturday, 31 December 2011, 04:48
    Born in 1923 and living in Sydney, I had the opportunity thru the years up to 1932 to see the gradual building of this great structure, mostly from the many ferry trips to Manly. On its opening day my Dad and I walked over the Bridge with thousands of other folk. I remember too the commotion of the De Groot incident at the opening ceremony.

From: annette owers, [], Thursday, 17 November 2011, 03:32

From: anonymous, [122-129-144-194.dynamic.ipstaraus.com], Sunday, 6 November 2011, 06:04
    really good site for pictures!!! very impressed and the pics are really useful... thanks to whoever designed it :)

From: anonymous, [122-129-144-194.dynamic.ipstaraus.com], Sunday, 6 November 2011, 01:06
    some people are so picky! as the person b4 said, it's probably old and colour wasn't available back then so just appreciate that we have old pictures like this! Who cares if it's a bit far away!!!

From: Stuart Woods, [cpe-143-238-230-195.lns5.lon.bigpond.net.au], Saturday, 10 September 2011, 05:56
    I have been on this bridge this year, and it looks bigger than it does in pictures, when I saw it in for real I was blown away.

From: Electra, [ammail.amitygroup.com.au], Monday, 5 September 2011, 06:23
    During the 1950s, Ansett Airlines operated Short Sunderland flying boats between Sydney and Lord Howe Island. In commercial service, they were known as Sandringhams. These flying boats were replaced by Fokker F27 Friendships.

From: sexy, [d110-33-214-217.mas801.nsw.optusnet.com.au], Tuesday, 23 August 2011, 09:01
    cool picture

From: chloe, [], Friday, 12 August 2011, 04:43
    that is awesome i love the sydney habour bridge lol :)

From: Electra, [ammail.amitygroup.com.au], Thursday, 11 August 2011, 03:44
    The car ferry was one of several vessels of this type used for cross-harbour movements prior to completion of the Bridge.

From: Electra, [ammail.amitygroup.com.au], Wednesday, 10 August 2011, 04:49
    The Opera House is on the site of the Fort Macquarie tram depot in the foreground.

From: Thomas , [], Tuesday, 9 August 2011, 07:06

From: Electra, [ammail.amitygroup.com.au], Friday, 5 August 2011, 04:53
    A view from Kirribilli circa 1950s (northern shore) showing Bradfield Park and the northern pylons. The north-eastern pylon (closest to camera) now contains the exhaust vent for the Sydney Harbour Road Tunnel.

From: Electra, [ammail.amitygroup.com.au], Friday, 29 July 2011, 05:57
    A good view of the creeper cranes on each half-chord.

From: Electra, [ammail.amitygroup.com.au], Friday, 29 July 2011, 05:55
    Lifting of the first deck section, 1930.

From: Electra, [ammail.amitygroup.com.au], Friday, 29 July 2011, 05:53
    Load testing of the Bridge using more than 8,000 tons of "dead" steam locomotives that had been out of service as a result of the Great Depression (mainly of the Z24, Z25, D50 and D53 classes. Tracks on the left were used by trams from 1932 to 1958.

From: Electra, [ammail.amitygroup.com.au], Friday, 29 July 2011, 05:45
    Dr Bradfield is third from right.

From: Electra, [ammail.amitygroup.com.au], Friday, 29 July 2011, 05:43
    Dr Bradfield in centre of photo, between the arch half-chords

From: Electra, [ammail.amitygroup.com.au], Tuesday, 26 July 2011, 05:37
    This photo shows the creeper crane on its ramp on one of the abutments, ready to lay the first panel of the arch chord. The ramps on the Sydney Harbour Bridge were removed when the Bridge was completed, but both Hell Gate Bridge in New York City and the Veterans Memorial Bridge in Cleveland, Ohio retained their ramps. The Cleveland bridge is a much shorter double deck version of the Sydney and New Yok bridges.

From: Electra, [ammail.amitygroup.com.au], Tuesday, 26 July 2011, 05:36
    This photo shows the multi-function creeper cranes erecting the first panels of each half-arch. Picture taken from the northern side of the harbour.

From: Electra, [ammail.amitygroup.com.au], Thursday, 21 July 2011, 03:55
    This photo clearly shows why, at almost 50 metres wide, it was - and, I believe, still is - the widest long-span bridge in the world.

From: Madi:), [114-198-82-154.dyn.iinet.net.au], Sunday, 12 June 2011, 12:07
    Whn they wre building the Harbour Bridge more than two people had sadly died and fell into the water:(

From: hannah mozley, [mail.pcs.nsw.edu.au], Tuesday, 24 May 2011, 02:34
    hello nice bridge it's in black and white LOL hehehehhehehehhahahahahhaha

From: agnes, [d220-239-5-203.bla800.nsw.optusnet.com.au], Thursday, 19 May 2011, 10:14
    how long did it tack

From: yella zondo, [prx2.cesa.myschools.net], Monday, 9 May 2011, 07:22

From: Heeey, [], Friday, 1 April 2011, 04:02

From: jathursha, [], Monday, 28 March 2011, 05:46
    nice work

From: Jennifer, [60-241-129-103.static.tpgi.com.au], Thursday, 24 March 2011, 07:00
    This is very good!

From: jeremiah jabbour, [cpe-58-164-2-186.lnse5.ken.bigpond.net.au], Wednesday, 16 March 2011, 09:42
    it is good

From: feao, [proxy6.eq.edu.au], Friday, 11 March 2011, 02:36
    hey thats cool i like the picture thankz

From: Reanne, [r180-216-105-141.cpe.vividwireless.net.au], Saturday, 12 February 2011, 05:15

From: tireyna, [r180-216-105-141.cpe.vividwireless.net.au], Monday, 7 February 2011, 10:54
    this picthure is awsome

From: michael, [87-41-85-174.ptr.edu.ie], Monday, 24 January 2011, 15:08
    i like it because it is big!

From: bill field, [cpe-138-130-111-103.lns3.cht.bigpond.net.au], Friday, 21 January 2011, 04:01
    I remember most phases of the Bridge construction and walked across it when it was opened in 1932. Very recently I visited Dawes Point and was overwhelmed by memories of the immensity of the work that was performed in the Depression years in achieving its construction. People use the bridge every day but very few would give even a passing thought to the monumental effort that was required to effect a vehicular passage between Dawes and Millers points. The Sydney Harbour Bridge given the era in which it was built ranks with any other engineering project ever carried out in Australia, and this includes the Snowy Mountain Hydro-Electric project.

From: David Stitt, [host-84-13-204-8.opaltelecom.net], Friday, 31 December 2010, 19:10

From: FETU , [], Tuesday, 19 October 2010, 03:38

From: alyssa, [c-59-101-20-34.hay.connect.net.au], Tuesday, 31 August 2010, 10:46
    i like how it is sketched

From: akamxalkjoa, [], Monday, 23 August 2010, 11:33
    dis picture is awesome we r doing an assinment for history n this can definintley help me out thanx

From: unknown, [], Monday, 23 August 2010, 11:28
    far out pplz t8ke a chill pill it aint no superstar that it had to be in colour relax this photo might of been t8ken a long time ago n u think any uther movie from the 1920's and so on r in colour "NO" everything back in da daez was black n white so relax the picture aint gonna kill u :) dnt t8ke it 2 da heart im jst sayin:) sori if i hurt eni 1 :) Bye God Bless

From: Benson Sebastian, [], Thursday, 8 July 2010, 10:11
    Its Nice

From: jessica, [cpe-58-164-120-66.lnse4.win.bigpond.net.au], Tuesday, 1 June 2010, 08:39
    Exilent pictuers of briges

From: P3nisbutter, [], Thursday, 20 May 2010, 06:08
    i love this pictre

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