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Pyrmont Bridge and Sydney Aquarium
Australia

Pyrmont Bridge consists of a steel truss swingspan with timber truss approach spans. Timber was used because of the high cost of iron and steel and government insistence on using local ironbark to reduce costs.

http://www.darlingharbour.com/sydney-Education-Heritage_and_History-Pyrmont_Bridge.htm

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