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History Of Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is not the longest but it is the largest steel arch bridge in the world. It is built on beautiful Sydney Harbour, which connects Sydney CBD with Sydney's North Shore. This world famous bridge carries rail, vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney CBD and Sydney's North Shore.

TIME LINE
1926
December 1926: Construction of Sydney Harbour Bridge began with John Jacob "Job" Crew Bradfield appointed as Chief Engineer for the construction of Sydney Harbour Bridge.

1932
21 January 1932, Construction Project near completion.
1 February 1932, Bridge test.
19 March 1932: Construction of Sydney Harbour was completed and officially opened on 19th March 1932.

Today
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Australia's most well known and photographed landmarks.

Sydney Harbour Bridge
History In Pix: Sydney Harbour Bridge
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Sydney Harbour from December 1926 to September 1928
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Harbour Bridge Construction work in progress from September 1929 to September 1931 Climbers walking towards the bridge on their bridge climb mission
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Workers on Harbour Bridge construction site
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Man walking on steel, not for the faint heart
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Harbour Bridge construction workers
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Two man standing on work in progress Harbour Bridge
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Construction workers on a floating boat
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Bridge narrwoing the gap between north and south
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Sydney Harbour Bridge arch
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Sydney Harbour Bridge 1930s