Telegraphers have been using a new method to make a video tour of the Sydney Bridge for months.

The video will be posted on the website telegraph.com on Friday, June 23.

The website has a live stream, so if you’re at the Sydney Opera House you’ll get a chance to see the bridge.

Telegraph says it will be a live video feed, and the site is expected to be online by the end of the week.

This video was taken on the bridge in December last year, and will be used to show people what the bridge is like.

Telegrapher James Davenport has been using the new method since late January.

He said the video tour was “very simple, very clean, very minimalistic”.

“The people are just sitting in a circle, you get a few people up, and you get some people down, and it just sort of starts rolling,” Mr Davenworth said.

“And then the video ends and we just keep going.”

Mr Davenborough said the tour was meant to give people a good understanding of the bridge, and not necessarily a look at its interior.

He said it was intended to show the people what they are looking at, but it was also intended to give them a sense of what is actually on the inside of the structure.

“You don’t get to see every nook and cranny,” he said.

“I think if you go on the tour and look through the windows, it’s pretty much as clean as you can get.”

The bridge was built in 1912, and has since been used by more than 5,000 people.

Telegram said the company would be working with people to make the tour, and to show them how the bridge was constructed.

“Telegraf has a very strong commitment to being transparent and giving people the best possible experience when they are visiting the Sydney CBD,” a spokesperson for the company said.

The video tour will run until April 22, and then it will end.