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Plaque commemorates the sixteen workers who were killed during the construction of the Harbour Bridge.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Sydney`s most famous landmarks. Completed in 1932, the construction of the bridge was an economic feat as well as an engineering triumph. The bridge was built by 1400 workers, 16 of whom were killed in accidents during construction.
|Address:||Hickson Road, Harbour Bridge, Southern Pylon, Dawes Point, The Rocks, 2000|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -33.856601|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Sunday 18th March, 2007|
SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE
19th March 1932 - 19th March 2007
THIS PLAQUE HONOURS THE
16 WORKERS WHO GAVE THEIR
LIVES TO BUILD THIS BRIDGE
DEDICATED BY PREMIER MORRIS IEMMA
IN THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE OF
NEW SOUTH WALES