Take a look at this gem of a photo that we dug up on Flickr. You’re looking at Brisbane, Australia in 1935 and the bridge in the background is the Grey Street Bridge (now know as the William Jolly Bridge). Click on the image for more details. It’s quite impressive.
When opened, during the worst year of the Great Depression , the bridge was known simply as the Grey Street Bridge. It was renamed to the William Jolly Bridge on 5 July 1955 in memory of William Jolly, the first Lord Mayor of Greater Brisbane.
Check out some of our other great images of Australia.