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Breakwater at Helsingborg

During the last few years the Council of the thriving and growing Swedish seaport of Helsingborg has voted considerable sums for the extension of its harbour and the improvement of the facilities for visiting ships. Among the structures erected the 1,100 ft. long breakwater, extending from the old moles, and partly enclosing a new harbour basin, is the most conspicuous, and a short description of its design and construction might perhaps be of general interest. J. Wulff

Author(s): Wulff, J