The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 10 (1932) > Issues > Issue 9 > Steel Road Bridges of Small Span
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Steel Road Bridges of Small Span

THE following notes and observations are intended to apply to such bridges as may be built by Local Authorities, designed by their engineer, and erected possibly by direct labour. It will later be evident that the subject has been viewed from the experience acquired principally in the past ten years in building fifty or sixty bridges and applies to spans up to and including about 120 ft. E. Taylor

Author(s): Taylor, E

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