The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 31 (1953) > Issues > Issue 5 > Prestressed Concrete Bridges and Other Structures Discussion on Mr. Donovan H. Lee’s Paper
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Prestressed Concrete Bridges and Other Structures Discussion on Mr. Donovan H. Lee’s Paper

The CHAIRMAN introduced Mr. Lee, who then gave a brief summary of the paper and showed illustrations of the tests of beams at Port Tampa for the Tampa Bay Bridge in Florida, (Fig. 31), a test of a beam for the Leyton-Marshes Culvert, which was made by the Cement and Concrete Association (Fig. 32), the first prestressed concrete overline railway bridge in Eire (Fig. 33), and some views of the 160 ft. span prestressed concrete railway bridge at Rotherham.