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IT’S DIFFICULT TO PINPOINT exactly when Darling Harbour started to look a little weary. But once the Millennium ticked over and we were suddenly beyond 2000, and it became clear the monorail wasn’t the transport system of the future (or even the present day), it all began to feel a bit like a school project diorama. Sure, it seems awesome at the time, but years later, when you pull it out from the back of the closet, it just looks a little embarrassing and naive.

Once the monorail was dismantled and

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