The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 14 (1936) > Issues > Issue 9 > The Reconstruction of Temple Meads Station, Bristol
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The Reconstruction of Temple Meads Station, Bristol

I SUPPOSE that almost everyone in Bristol will have had occasion to travel by train, at least a few times, during the last five years, and will have realised that considerable alterations and improvements have been made in that time at Temple Meads Station. J.F. Bickerton

Author(s): Bickerton, J F

Keywords: railway stations;temple meads, bristol;widening;railway bridges;construction work;foundations;steel;erecting;arch bridges;demolition