Bridge of 528 Ft. 3 Ins Span Over the Seine at La Roche Guyon

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Bridge of 528 Ft. 3 Ins Span Over the Seine at La Roche Guyon

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Bridge of 528 Ft. 3 Ins Span Over the Seine at La Roche Guyon
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Boussiron, S;Esquillan, N

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Boussiron, S;Esquillan, N

THE bridge over the Seine at La Roche Guyon (Figure 1) constructed under the direction of the Service Vicinal de Seine-et-Oise aux Etablissements Roussiron de Paris has a, totaal length of 662 ft. 9 in. with a single span over the river of ,528 ft. 3 in. The rise of the arch is 75 ft. 5 in.

S. Boussiron and N. Esquillan

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