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End of the Road for the Sydney Monorail?

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Sydney MonoRail Darling Harbour

Making news today here in Sydney is about the Sydney Monorail which will discontinue its operation after the New South Wales State Government bought it for $19.8 million. The State Government said that the Sydney Monorail will be torn down to fit a new convention centre at Darling Harbour and to give way for a better transport system. It was revealed that Sydney Monorail as one of the most expensive public transport systems in the world. Whew!

Sydney Monorail travels in major locations in the Sydney CBD particularly at Chinatown, the Spanish Quarter, over Sydney’s main street, George Street, Shopping Center at the City along the historic Queen Victoria Building, the Sydney Convention Center, and finally to the Darling Harbour.

PHOTO OF MONORAIL ALONG THE DARLING HARBOUR

Photo Taken at the Monorail Station at the heart of Sydney’s Darling Harbour

SYDNEY MONORAIL OPENING VIDEO, 1988


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