The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 32 (1954) > Issues > Issue 12 > Fabrication and Erection of Steel Plate Girder Railway Bridges
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Fabrication and Erection of Steel Plate Girder Railway Bridges

The railway bridges mentioned in this paper were renewals of existing bridges, and as such, it was essential to erect them during possessions of the tracks measured in hours. The methods of erection varied according to site conditions. M.F. Palmer

Author(s): Palmer, M F

Keywords: manufacturing;erecting;plate beams;steel;railway bridges;case studies;stewarts road bridge;curved;twickenham flyover, london;new cross road bridge, london;construction work;replacing;galena road bridge, hammersmith, london