Sydney Harbour Bridge Toll Booths
Roads and Traffic Authority (New South Wales)
When the Sydney Harbour Bridge transferred to a cashless tolling system, the original toll booths dating back to the 1950s required professional recording before they could be removed, to preserve this important part of the bridge’s history. Cosmos Archaeology was able to provide a range of archival recording solutions for the fixed toll booths on the northern approach, and the fixed and moveable booths on the southern side. The archival photographic recording for the toll plazas included base plans, catalogue sheets, proof sheets, colour transparency negatives, DVD copies and a selection of enlarged black and white and colour prints.
Photography by Adrian Dreyer.