From: emma, [proxy1.syd.pacific.net.au], Monday, 18 November 2002, 8:07 AM
this site is great for school info reports so thanks heaps for making it
From: Beeeeen, [p5091750a.dip.t-dialin.net], Sunday, 26 October 2003, 7:35 PM
yeah thats right i get the pics from here thanks!!! but what does that pic show??
From: will, [184.108.40.206], Tuesday, 16 December 2003, 3:48 PM
this is the actual joining of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. pretty awesome.
From: Steve, [cpe-203-51-3-75.nsw.bigpond.net.au], Monday, 3 May 2004, 3:39 PM
To Beeeeen, you wouldn't understand even if they told you!
From: rock_chi k, [c211-30-154-140.blktn3.nsw.optusnet.com.au], Monday, 19 July 2004, 8:35 AM
Would u just shut up Steve ur the 1 who doesnt knw anything!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
From: Fiona Darroch, [pollux.usq.edu.au], Thursday, 21 October 2004, 6:41 AM
This is a splendid site - no superlatives too super!
From: Roy Clark, [cpe-147-10-175-51.nsw.bigpond.net.au], Saturday, 27 November 2004, 6:53 AM
The photo showing the two halves of the arch coming together has special significance for me. My mother always told me I was born on that day. She claimed she could see the joining take place from the window of the Royal Womens Hospital in Paddington. I was born on 8/08/1930. Was she correct or just approximately correct? I have never been able to verify.
From: me, [cache5.syd.ops.aspac.uu.net], Tuesday, 11 October 2005, 3:49 AM
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From: Electra, [ammail.amitygroup.com.au], Friday, 29 July 2011, 5:43 AM
Dr Bradfield in centre of photo, between the arch half-chords
From: Paul Fischer, [fmdmzpr01-ext.fm.intel.com], Friday, 16 March 2012, 12:52 PM
The tall gentleman on the left is my great, great Uncle Lawrence Ennis. My mother was raised by her grandmother, who was the sister of Lawrence.
From: trevor Mcmillan, [220.127.116.11], Thursday, 17 May 2012, 10:59 AM
I have a 1932 print off harbour i would like yo know if anybody out there has the so good to look back and see how the harbour has chanded