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Moruya Quarry and it's granite featured in 'World's Greatest Bridges'


Tune into SBS tonight at 7:30pm and see Moruya Quarry and it's granite featured in 'World's Greatest Bridges'. Learn all about how the our town came to be the supplier of the pylons for Sydney Harbour Bridge!

SBS - Documentary 7:35PM - 8:30PM Also available for broadcast on SBS on Demand after broadcast.

World's Greatest Bridges Sydney Harbour Bridge, the world's tallest and widest steel arched bridge, was completed in 1932, more than a century after its initial proposal.

Connecting the northern suburbs with the city centre, its completion brought together a city divided not just by water but by cultural differences.

As engineer Rob Bell reveals, John Bradfield was so determined to build the bridge that he dedicated more than 20 years of his life to its construction, travelling the world to employ the very best builders and engineers, who utilised the very latest technologies and techniques of their time.


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