City of Liverpool Tunnel Relief Flyovers

Author: Brown, P A;Davies, V J;Lewis, L H

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City of Liverpool Tunnel Relief Flyovers

The Structural Engineer
City of Liverpool Tunnel Relief Flyovers
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Brown, P A;Davies, V J;Lewis, L H

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The paper describes the design of two flyovers, and their associated structures that have been constructed close to the Mersey Tunnel in Liverpool. P.A. Brown, V.J. Davies and L.H. Lewis

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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