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Friday Frivolity: It’s not Rocket Science

September 15, 2011
First cars and trains across Sydney Harbour Bridge, March 1932 / Sam Hood

Opening-Day, 19th March, 1932.

Don’t you just hate it when our dingo-bothering cousins across the ditch out-think us?

When Sydney’s harbour-crossing opened almost eighty years ago you could take a stroll or ride your bike across for free – still can. A car was charged six pence, a horse & rider three, and you may notice a train in the photo – but we don’t talk about trains in Auckland.

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