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A River Wall in Reinforced Concrete

A VISIT to the town of Wisbech, "The Capital of the Fens," standing on the River Nene, almost half-way between Peterborough and Kings Lynn, will repay anyone interested in modern ferro-concrete construction. Here we have one of the most elegant bridges in this country spanning the river, unique in its design-the largest portal span in Britain-and close by the newly constructed Nene Quay River Wall which forms the subject of this paper. Andrew Hood