Direct link to ImageShareConceptually similarView AllView more with similar tones Room to move ... ah, to live in a Sydney where you could cruise through the CBD without enduring bumper-to-bumper traffic and actually park on George Street. That's how it was in 1931, when this picture was taken. The arch of the Harbour Bridge, which was still being built, is visible at the back of the image.View of George Street from Grosvenor Street, looking northward to the Sydney Harbour Bridge that is under construction, 1931SMH Picture by StaffCityscape, city. Skyline, pedestrians, shops, cars, automobiles, transport, tram, trams, tramway, tramline, public transport, 1930s, black and white, history, archivalPhotographer:FAIRFAX MEDIASee all of this photographer's imagesImage ID:FXJ360022Keywords:B&W-Bridges-history-Rail-Sydney-Sydney Harbour Bridge-Trams-TransportAdd to cartDownload Zoom res. (TR3)DownloadRelated Collections:Iconic Fairfax PhotographsSelect usageWhat type of print?