Thursday, 20 November 2014

Cahill Expressway

The Cahill Expressway, viewed from the Art Gallery Road Bridge, up towards the city. This section of the roadway is in a sunken cutting between The Domain and the Royal Botanic Gardens. The Cahill Expressway was the first freeway constructed in Australia and opened to traffic in 1958. It is named after the then New South Wales Premier John Joseph Cahill, who also approved construction of the Sydney Opera House.
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17 comments:

  1. I love watching images with highways and roads. Really like this one.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. Great shot...looks like going into downtown Dallas with just a few variations in buildings.

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  3. Nice to see the different shapes of the buildings.

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  4. Wonderful photo, I love that frame, wonderful view !!

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  5. Beautiful shot. I'd have to get used to driving on the other side of the road.

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  6. Were is all the traffic! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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    1. There isn't much traffic in the middle of the day but it does get clogged in peak hours (morning and afternoon).

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  7. Lovely road photo. Good to know that no dangerous goods are suppose to be trucked on this road.

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  8. Love this shot with the roadway leading us to the interesting buildings!

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  9. What excellent infrastructure so well photographed



    ALOHA from Honolulu
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  10. The signs are intriguing. Has me wondering how far ahead is the tunnel and if drivers have to stop and tell someone that they aren't carrying dangerous goods.

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  11. Su-sieee! Mac, the tunnel is fairly close ahead but there is an off-ramp just to the left here so it's your last opportunity to leave the expressway.

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  12. Nice composition with a sense of movement.

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