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SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE | SYDNEY | NEW SOUTH WALES | AUSTRALIA: *Opened: 19 March 1932; Through Arch Bridge, crossing Port Jackson (Sydney Harbour), connecting Sydney CBD and the North Shore; Road and rail bridge*

The 30 Best Luxury Sydney Hotels

With a coveted harbourfront location between the world-famous Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, Park...

Cutty Sark in harbour, possibly Sydney. Another clipper can be seen in the background.

Cutty Sark in harbour, possibly Sydney. Another clipper can be seen in the background.

Circular Quay, East towards Bennelong Point, in Sydney, Australia in 1961. v@e.

Circular Quay East towards Bennelong Point 1961

Circular Quay, East towards Bennelong Point, in Sydney, Australia in 1961. v@e.

| MAGDALENE VINNEN berthed at number 2 wharf in Woolloomooloo, Sydney | This photograph depicts crew members with wool bales being winched on board the four-masted steel barque MAGDALENE VINNEN at number 2 wharf in Woolloomooloo, Sydney. The vessel sailed into Sydney Harbour on 27 February 1933, under the command of Captain Lorenz Peters. The barque was loaded with almost 16,000 bales of wool, the fourth largest shipment to have left Sydney, before it sailed the reco...

MAGDALENE VINNEN berthed at number 2 wharf in Woolloomooloo, Sydney

This photograph depicts crew members with wool bales being winched on board the four-masted steel barque MAGDALENE VINNEN at number 2 wharf in Woolloomooloo, Sydney. The vessel sailed into Sydney Harbour on 27 February 1933, under the command of Captain Lorenz Peters. The barque was loaded with almost 16,000 bales of wool, the fourth largest shipment to have left Sydney, before it sailed the record-breaking 82-day voyage for Falmouth, England. MAGDALENE VINNEN visited Australia again in…

Hickson Road, Dawes Point c1927 > 2016. [State Library NSW > Kevin Sundgren. By Kevin Sundgren]

Hickson Road, Dawes Point c1927 > 2016. [State Library NSW > Kevin Sundgren. By Kevin Sundgren]

The Rocks from Bennelong Point,Sydney in 1859 •State Library of NSW•

The Rocks from Bennelong Point,Sydney in 1859 •State Library of NSW•

Circular Quay (c. late 1850s)

Rambles Through Sydney - Part II - The Rocks cont. - 1864

Part two in a series of articles that takes you on a journey through the streets of Sydney written in 1864

Fortune of War Pub, The Rocks, Sydney www.pinterest.com/wholoves/Sydney #sydney #australia

Fortune of War Pub, The Rocks, Sydney www.pinterest.com/wholoves/Sydney #sydney #australia

Sydney Harbour with MacBeth boat builder in foreground and Fort Denison in the distance in 1880.

Sydney Harbour with MacBeth boat builder in foreground and Fort Denison in the distance in 1880.

Sydney Cove wool stores,east side at East Circular Quay,Sydney in 1890.The first were built about 1860 and the last was pulled down about 100 years later.Dalgety and Co., Dangar Gedye and Talbot,horses and carts. •City of Sydney Archives• 🌹

Sydney Cove wool stores,east side at East Circular Quay,Sydney in 1890.The first were built about 1860 and the last was pulled down about 100 years later.Dalgety and Co., Dangar Gedye and Talbot,horses and carts. •City of Sydney Archives• 🌹