The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 10 (1932) > Issues > Issue 11 > Reconstruction of Ryde Pier Head and Contingent Works
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Reconstruction of Ryde Pier Head and Contingent Works

THE work which forms the subject of this paper can most conveniently be considered as two distinct undertakings, namely, the reconstruction of the Pier Head and the provision of a new approach viaduct supporting an additional line of way, with reconstruction of existing platforms adjacent thereto. C.J. Jackaman

Author(s): Jackaman, C J

Keywords: ryde, isle of wight;piers;construction work;piles;load tests;railways