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Waterloo Bridge

THE work of demolishing Waterloo Bridge is now reaching the final stages and the nine arches will soon have completely disappeared. Owing to the tremendous amount of work involved and the necessary care which had to be taken, the task has been somewhat difficult, and it has taken some months to arrive at the present stage. It was necessary to erect steel overhead trusses on, and to suspend steel centering beneath, all but the centre arch, which is supported by piles.