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The Design and Construction of Pelham Bridge, Lincoln

The ancient City of Lincoln has been renowned for hundreds of years for its beautiful cathedral and the many examples of Roman remains which are to be found within its boundaries. Since the advent of the railways, which resulted in level crossings across its main North and South roads, it acquired another claim to fame of a different nature-in the shape of unparalleled traffic problems. S. M. Reisser, K. M. Wright and D. Bolton