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The Demolition of Waterloo Temporary Bridge. Discussion on Paper by Mr. H.P.T. Lind, Mr. P.R. Alderm

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The Demolition of Waterloo Temporary Bridge. Discussion on Paper by Mr. H.P.T. Lind, Mr. P.R. Alderm
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The CHAIRMAN (Mr. F.E. Drury, M.Sc., M.I.Struct.E., President, Institution of Structural Engineers) first extended a warm welcome to Mr. J. Murray Easton (Vice-president, Royal Institute of British Architects) and Colonel Everard Haynes (Secretary, Board of Architectural Education) and their colleagues in the R.I.B.A.

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