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Be sure to catch your newscasts around the world today guys - Webber on the Harbour Bridge was awesome. :)
How good it would have been if he could have driven flat out. :(
A bit more on the Harbour Bridge for those that have been living under a rock (or in England):
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is the largest single-span arch bridge in the world.
The sweeping steel curve is 503 metres long, 134 metres high and 49 metres wide. Flanked by four towering concrete and granite pylons, it is the centrepiece of the transport network in Sydney – Australia’s largest city, with a population of four million and blessed with arguably the world’s most beautiful harbour.
The Bridge contains 52,800 tonnes of steel and includes six million rivets.
Opened in March 1932, the Bridge is an enduring and instantly recognisable symbol of Sydney and played a big part in the city’s celebration of the Millenium and the Olympic Games in 2000.
[Edited on 27/2/2005 by MinardiP1]