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Design and Construction of the Ness Bridge

The Ness Bridge carries route A9 as a 44-ft carriageway and two 9-ft footways across the River Ness in Inverness and it was designed to carry 45 units of HB Ministry of Transport loading. The bridge has three spans giving a total length of 253 ft and the centre span of 120 ft has a 60-ft suspended span between cantilevers. A.C. Allen

Author(s): Allen, A C