In the issue of The Engineer dated 2 February 1917 are pictures - on pages 110 and 125, of the Pyrmont Bridge. This is a swing bridge over the Darling Harbour at Sydney. Sydney has, of course, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, built by the same people who had put up a similar structure over the River Tyne at Newcastle in 1926. And Newcastle also has Armstrong's Swing Bridge of 1876. It's almost as if the Australians are copycatting the Geordies.