The Sydney Harbour Bridge is construction representative of early Sydney. It is like a long rainbow across the bay, facing the world-famous Sydney Opera House across the sea, becoming a symbol of Sydney. Built in 1932, the Sydney Harbour Bridge has a total length of 1,149 meters, a width of 139 meters and a commanding height of 503 meters. It is a world famous steel arch bridge. Now climbing the Sydney Bridge has become Sydney's more popular tourist attraction, and it is one of the few bridges in the world that allows visitors to climb to the top of the arch. In addition to climbing, you can also drive under the bridge, take the train through the bridge or sail under the bridge, but the fullest experience is had by walking the bridge.
During the construction process, more than 1600 workers participated in the construction, of which 16 workers unfortunately died in various accidents during the construction process. On March 18, 2007, when she celebrated the 75th anniversary of the opening ceremony, a woman named Olive Kerr attended the ceremony. She talked about her father who had fallen from the bridge when he was building it and died. She couldn't help but shed tears. When her father died, she was only three years old. The whole Sydney Bridge is 1149 meters long, 58.5 meters high from the sea to the bridge deck, 134 meters high from the sea to the bridge top, and 10,000 tons of huge wheels can pass under the bridge. The bridge deck is 49 meters wide and can be used for all kinds of automobiles. There are double-track railways in the middle, and the sidewalks on both sides are 3 meters wide. Tramways were also laid on the original two tracks, which were dismantled due to traffic congestion and divided into eight lanes. The design load of the bridge is 6,000 vehicles, 128 trains and trams per hour, and tens of thousands of people can pass. Nowadays, all kinds of vehicles continue to pass through the bridge 24 hours a day, sometimes nearly 2 million vehicles a day. Sydney Bridge is characterized by its arch, which spans 503 meters and is a single-hole arch, which is rare in the world. The steel frame of the bridge is situated on two huge reinforced concrete piers, which are 12 meters high. There are large balls at the joint of the steel frame and pier. The balls play a regulating role in the expansion and contraction of the steel frame. There is also a tower on the two piers, 95 meters high, all built of granite. At present, the traffic of Sydney Bridge is completely controlled by computer. The towers at both ends of the bridge are equipped with automatic photographic equipment, and the camera lens can automatically change the focal length and angle. As soon as the vehicle enters the bridge, it can record the model number, license plate number, toll and traffic flow of the vehicle. The traffic on the bridge is clearly visible on the TV screen of the computer control center. Patrol cars patrol the bridge, handling all kinds of situations at any time, so that the bridge remains unimpeded.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is near the ring pier. It is also very close to the Sydney Opera House. When you travel, you can swim in several places together. Several scenic spots are walking distance. You can swim by train or ferry after arriving at the ring pier. Sydney Harbour Bridge is the second longest arch steel bridge in the world. When it was first built, it was the longest arch steel bridge in the world. Now it is the second longest one in the United States. It is also one of Sydney's landmark attractions and the pride of the Australian people. There are sidewalks, car lanes and train lanes on the bridge. If you just swim around and walk on the bridge for free, if you want to climb one of the piers to see the Sydney scenery and understand the history of the bridge, 15 Australian dollars. I went up and the 15 Australian dollars should still be spent.
The bridge connects Sydney CBD Center with the North bank. It is also called "overcoat bridge" because of its shape. Climbing the Harbour Bridge is now one of Sydney's most popular tourist attractions. If time permits, the harbour bridge can be climbed up. Standing on the bridge and looking at the scenery, the people under the bridge look at you again. The scenery is different from different angles. Opera House is opposite the Harbour Bridge. When you look back at the Royal Botanical Garden, you can see the scene of integration. It seems that Australians are still more playful, so they came up with the idea of climbing the world's largest arch bridge. The Harbour Bridge is also the only bridge in the world that allows tourists to climb to the top of the arch bridge. So we can still climb. We didn't climb. I just went to take pictures under the bridge.
Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Sydney's landmarks. It links Sydney's business center and North bank. It is called "clothes hanger" because of its strong appearance and smooth curve. The Harbour Bridge was built in 1932, with a total length of 1149 meters, a width of 139 meters and a maximum of 503 meters. It is the highest steel arch bridge in the world. The best places to shoot the Harbour Bridge are the Sydney Opera House and Mrs. Macaulay's seats. The Sydney Opera House can take a panoramic view of the Harbour Bridge. Mrs. Macaulay's seat can take a panoramic view of the Sydney Opera House, the sea level and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Sydney Harbour Bridge, located in Jackson Harbour, Australia, is the world's largest single-arch bridge. The Harbour Bridge is the representative building of early Sydney. It is like a long rainbow across the bay. It is magnificent and magnificent. It is across the sea from the world-famous Sydney Opera House and becomes the symbol of Sydney. Whether from the shore or at sea, the harbour bridge is a rainbow across the harbour. With the Sydney Opera House in the same frame, every visitor here will take pictures. We watched the bridge from the sea by yacht in the harbour, passed under the bridge, walked across the Harbour Bridge in the evening, and there were runners on the bridge. The light on the bridge was rather dim and no two photos were taken.
This is Sydney's landmark building, just opposite the Sydney Opera House. There are huge piers at both ends. It is said to be the largest single-hole cable bridge in the world. The whole pier is as tall as a dozen stories, with trains on it, and cars and pedestrians can walk on it. According to my local colleague, it takes about an hour to walk from the beginning to the end. It's very lofty and can be seen from all angles of the whole bay.
I saw the Sydney Opera House as well as the Harbour Bridge, which is said to be the world's tallest steel arch bridge and the only bridge in the world that allows tourists to climb to the top of the arch bridge. It is also an important bridge connecting the north and south sides of the harbour. It seems that the well-known Martell XO's bottle bottom design borrows from the wonderful arc design of the Sydney Bridge. I don't have the courage and energy to climb the bridge. I can only cross it by boat. It's a tribute to the world's first arch bridge.
The Sydney Opera House has a unique background: the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Madame Macaulay's seat at the Royal Botanical Garden is the best place to photograph the opera house and the Harbour Bridge merging into one. Sydney Harbour Bridge is the world's tallest arch steel bridge and the only bridge in the world that allows visitors to climb to the arch of the bridge. Although I didn't have the courage to climb the bridge, I found the way to get on the bridge and went straight to the harbour bridge for a walk. From the city on the harbour bridge, to see the Sydney Opera House is a kind of feeling. At this time, I can't feel the exhaustion of my body at all! The Harbour Bridge is really worth visiting!
At last I saw the Sydney Opera House in the textbook. I couldn't see the beauty of it. So I took pictures in the rocky area. I could also take pictures of the Sydney Opera House along the way to Manly by boat. At the same time, the Harbour Bridge could also take pictures of the Sydney Opera House. It was beautiful and interesting when the sun was setting, so it was a little grey, but it didn't hide its beauty at all.
Sydney Bridge is a single-arch bridge, once known as the world's first single-arch bridge, is the early representative architecture of Sydney. The bridge was designed in 1857 and completed in 1932. It is an important bridge connecting the north and south sides of the port. Just in time for the Sydney Opera House Lighting Show