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The Lay-Out and Construction of Highways

The subiect with which the writer has been asked to deal is a wide one for a paper which must be limited to a certain amount of space, and it has been necessary to decide what should be dealt wifh at length, and what should be merely touched upon. W.J. Hadfield

Author(s): Hadfield, W J

Keywords: roads;construction work;design