Sydney Transit Photos
Sydney is a world-class city, well known for its Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Did you know that the Opera House sits on land that used to be a Tram Depot and that trams crossed over the Harbour Bridge? Tram service ended in 1958 with buses taking over. Trams returned as light rail in the 1990s.
Sydney is also home to a larger commuter rail network. Most of the line funnel into Central Station and use all or part of the underground City Circle that opened between the 1920s-1958.
To round out Sydney has a large ferry system that connects many points of the region to its Circular Quay hub. I love Sydney!
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