Sunday, 5 September 2010

Darling Harbour, Pyrmont Bridge

This giant flagpole rises above Pyrmont Bridge, the swing bridge over Cockle Bay in Darling Harbour. The Supply is the First Fleet Class ferry passing in front, as it prepares to dock at the nearby King Street ferry wharf.

21 comments:

  1. Bellissimo ponte con questa bandiera che si staglia contro il cielo....
    Saluti ;-)

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  2. Always lots of activity down near the maritime museum. My dad can tell me yarns of walking from Drummoyne across the Pyrmont Bridge up to his job in Market street between 1936 and 1942. He still retains a vivid memory of that after all these years.

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  3. Great shot and everything is so blue. We have dull grey skies at the moment.

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  4. Makes one crave for travelling ... Please have a wonderful Sunday.

    daily athens

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  5. We love harbors! Always makes me dream of going! (Anywhere at all).

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  6. looks like a perfect day. this wharf seems quite busy.

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  7. I see that it is covered. Good on a rainy day when I forget my umbrella,

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  8. Beautiful pic as always.... nice memories, I went through there with family on my last visit to Sydney.

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  9. Darling Harbour has really come into its own in recent years ... I really like it.

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  10. Ann, it's not actually covered. That blue line that you can see is actually the monorail track that runs along the bridge.

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  11. Great image of the harbor and bridge!

    Thanks for your visit and comment on my sky view/Sunday bridge post.

    Have a great week!

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  12. Great to have your contribution to Sunday Bridges.

    «Louis» read your commentary in your other posts about this historic bridge and found it to be very interesting.

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