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The Sydney Harbour Bridge was first opened in 1932. It took enormous effort to build with workers being pulled to work on the project from all parts of the world. Three ships were constructed exclusively for the task of carrying materials from Moruya Quarry for the massive 89 meter pylons. There are 16 officially reported…

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October 11, 2020

Monsters that lurk beneath Sydney’s streets

Unbeknownst to locals and under their feet you will find Lake St James, a mysterious underground water body below the Macquarie St station, where albino eels are said to lurk and secret military training ops are held in the darkness for weeks on end. Apparently. The city is indeed riddled with tunnels as a result…

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October 6, 2020

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