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Bridge: The epic story of an Australian icon - the Sydney Harbour Bridge

by Peter Lalor

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You've never heard the bridge talking to itself... before the traffic was on we were doing stress measurements and she was so quiet at midnight there, you'd stand on the deck and you'd hear it muttering to itself... it had to be dead quiet and you could hear her talking.

Design engineer Gordon Stuckey
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For Richard Raxworthy (1932-2003)
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She's almost home.
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The definitive story of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, one of the world's most amazing engineering feats - a structure that has become an Australian national icon.
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