Bridging Sydney commemorates the opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge on 19 March 1932, and celebrates its place in Australia's national identity.
From the earliest concepts for a harbour crossing to the complexities of its construction, the story of the bridge is one that has touched many lives around the world. A remarkable feat of engineering, it signified Australia's industrial and social maturity. The bridge's construction, completed during the Depression, had a dramatic impact on the city, destroying communities and buildings in its path yet at the same time providing jobs and heralding a new and more prosperous era of urban planning, mass transport and technology.
This publication is illustrated with images from public and private collections, including plans, photographs and works of art by Grace Cossington Smith, Will Ashton, Jessie Traill, Harold Cazneaux, Henri Mallard and others.
For more information about this story, click here: Sydney Living Museums Stories Bridging Sydney
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Edited by Caroline Mackaness
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