Positioning of a main bearing for the Sydney Harbour Bridge (year unknown).Photo from Australian National Maritime Museum.A♥W

Positioning of a main bearing for the Sydney Harbour Bridge (Photo undated), possibly Photo shared by the Australian National Maritime Museum.

Sydney, Australia: Railway Square, ca. 1945, from Walkabout : NSW photographs (Kings Cross, Sydney buildings), 1945-1967 / by unknown photographer

Sydney, Australia: Railway Square, ca. from Walkabout : NSW photographs (Kings Cross, Sydney buildings), / by unknown photographer

Construction of Sydney Harbour Bridge, January 1930.

Construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, January 1930 from Loftus Street Circular Quay, Sydney

Rare view of the old intersection of darlinghurst and williams st kings cross late 50s

Early Rare view of the old intersection of Darlinghurst and Williams St Kings Cross (Source: Skyscrapercity)

Corner Parramatta Road & Bay Street, near University of Sydney.

Horse drawn omnibuseson Parramatta Rd (Broadway),approaching City Rd (left) and Bay St (right).University of Sydney at the back of the from State Library of NSW.

February 25, 1961 – The last public trams in Sydney, Australia, cease operation, bringing to an end the Southern Hemisphere's largest tramway network.

Trams operating on George Street, Sydney - showing the Queen Victoria Building - Druitt and George Streets, Sydney 22 January 1920

The corner of George and Market Streets, Sydney in the 1870's and 2014. The 1870's photo shows the Crown & Anchor Hotel on the north east corner.

The corner of George and Market Streets, Sydney in the and The photo shows the Crown Anchor Hotel on the north east corner.

Harbour Bridge with first electric train before official opening, Sydney Harbour Bridge Celebrations, 1932 / photographed by Hall & Co

Australian Photography, Sydney City, Sydney Harbour Bridge, South Wales, Sydney Australia, Historical Photos, Opening Day, Libraries, Trains

The palatial Nock & Kirby’s George Street store 1945, opened in 1918 complete with a dining hall and roof-garden. Photo: State Library of New South Wales

The palatial Nock & Kirby’s George Street store 1945, opened in 1918 complete with a dining hall and roof-garden. Photo: State Library of New South Wales

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