Bridge of 528 ft. 3 ins Span over the Seine at La Roche Guyon. Discussion on Paper by MM. S. Boussir
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Bridge of 528 ft. 3 ins Span over the Seine at La Roche Guyon. Discussion on Paper by MM. S. Boussir

The Structural Engineer
Bridge of 528 ft. 3 ins Span over the Seine at La Roche Guyon. Discussion on Paper by MM. S. Boussir
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THE CHAIRMAN (Mr. H. K. Scott, President of the British Section of the Societe des Ingenieurs Civils de France), on behalf of the Societe, offered a hearty welcome to the members of the Institution of Structural Engineers. As engineers, he said, they all had common ideals, and by reason of the presence of the members of the Institution there was a larger gathering to do honour to the authors of the paper.

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