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The Tyne Bridge (1928) A General Description of its Construction and a few Comparisons with the Sydney Harbour Bridge

General Description. The new Tyne Bridge (now known as the Tyne Bridge) built by Messrs. Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., of Middlesbrough, was opened by the King on Wednesday, October l0th, 1928. It is a road bridge connecting the town of Gateshead, in the county of Durham, to the ancient and busy city of Newcastle, in Northumberland, and spans the river Tyne by a single arch which carries the roadway. C.F. Mountney

Author(s): Mountney, C F

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