Night fog, Chatswood  tram, July 1950, from Series 02: Sydney people  streets, 1948-1950, photographed by Brian Bird

Night fog, Chatswood tram, July from Series Sydney people & streets, photographed by Brian Bird by State Library of New South Wales collection,

Trams at Wynyard Station.Until 1958 the trams used to go underground to Platforms 1 and 2.Photo by N. Reed.A♥W

Trams at Wynyard Station.Until 1958 the trams used to go underground to Platforms 1 and by N.

Sydney Harbour Bridge with cars and buses crossing. Max Dupain photo, c 1960.

Sydney Harbour Bridge with cars and buses crossing. Max Dupain photo, c

Historical photos of the tramway that once went across the Harbour Bridge under Wynyard Station. The tracks are still there to this day. Supplied

Hidden stairs revealed at Wynyard Station after more than 50 years

SMH NEWS 23 June Historical photos of the tramway that once went across the Harbour Bridge under Wynyard Station. The tracks are still there to this day.

Last day of the Manly to Narrabeen tram system in October 1939.Trams were then replaced by double decked buses.The tram depot was on Pittwater Rd.A♥W

Last day of the Manly to Narrabeen tram system in October The Trams were then replaced by double decked buses. The tram depot was on Pittwater Road.

A tram bound for Chatswood is involved in an accident on the Sydney Harbour Bridge in 1939.

A tram bound for Chatswood is involved in an accident on the Sydney Harbour Bridge in

Tram, turning into Regent Street from Redfern Street. Redfern. 1957

Coupled P cars turning from Redfern St. into Regent St.

The first Spit tram.the centenary of the first tram service from Manly to the Spit and Sydney. Several deputations to the Minister for Works from Manly Council and Manly Tramway League took place between 1901 and 1907, and finally Parliament passed The Spit to Manly Electric Tramway Act in December 1908. Work began on 12 January 1910.

The first Spit tram.the centenary of the first tram service from Manly to the Spit and Sydney. Several deputations to the Minister for Works from Manly Council and Manly Tramway League took place between 1901 and 1907, and finally Parliament passed The Spit to Manly Electric Tramway Act in December 1908. Work began on 12 January 1910.

Elizabeth St,Sydney (year unknown).

Elizabeth St,Sydney (year unknown).

The former Wynyard Square/Park ripped up and used as a works site for the building of the Wynyard Railway Station underground layout. •National Library of Australia•

The former Wynyard Square/Park ripped up and used as a works site for the building of the Wynyard Railway Station underground layout.

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