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These boats are drifting with the early inward tide near Iron Cove Bridge. Late summer-early autumn is possibly the best time of the year in Sydney, with the muggy heat gone and still clear days such as this a Sunday before Easter.

A note about the bridge:
The Iron Cove Bridge is an impressive steel truss bridge. It consists of four 18m plate girder approach spans and seven 52m steel Pratt truss spans for a total length of 461.26m (1,535ft 10in). Four lanes of traffic are located within the truss spans and the overall width of the roadway is 13.70m between kerbs. The roadway consists of a 127mm reinforced concrete deck slab with an inset for tram tracks in the centre portion.

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