Footbridges on the Kwinana Freeway, Western Australia

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Footbridges on the Kwinana Freeway, Western Australia

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Footbridges on the Kwinana Freeway, Western Australia
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Lee, D J

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The paper describes the design and construction of five footbridges similar in design and appearance that have been erected on the Kwinana Freeway near Perth, Western Australia. D.J. Lee

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