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Sydney Monorail

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Our earliest image of Sydney's monorail is thought to date from the turn of the century with a train zooming above Quality Coaches vehicle. The monorail dates from 1988 and was designed to link the CBD with the new Darling Harbour development. Initially operated by TNT Harbourlink, who had a fifty year contract to operate the service. The operation and contract were later sold to a consortium controlled by CGEA Transport/Connex/Veolia/Transdev and ultimately by the New South Wales government so that they could close it down.
 
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Another view as the monorail sweeps along Market Street to Darling Harbour as it turns out of Pitt Street City Centre Station. Several stations were located inside buildings.
 
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Elevated above an anonymous white MAN coach, this monorail disappears into a building on Pitt Street on route to Darling Harbour.
 
A wet day in February 2013 sees a monorail car heading to Darling Harbour at the end of Market Street where a network of elevated pathways takes pedestrians to the Pyrmont Bridge.
 

This earlier view over Christmas 2005 shows car 06 heading over the Pyrmont Bridge towards the National Maritime Museum above the heads of pedestrians. The six sets of seven carriages were built by Von Roll Holding, each seating only 48 passengers in the entire 32m train.
 
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