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Circular Quay, circa 1910

No structure in this scene survives today (although some of the trees on the skyline do), but the role of the Quay was very much the same then. The impressive ferry wharf on the left interfaced with the tram lines to carry commuters back down into the city, a role for the massive people-moving capacity of light rail which is, perhaps, on the verge of being reintroduced.