The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 52 (1974) > Issues > Issue 4 > The Reconstruction of Short Span Bridges in London
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The Reconstruction of Short Span Bridges in London

The design and construction of a number of short span road bridges which were built to replace older structures in an urban area are described. G.T. Williams

Author(s): Williams, G T

Keywords: road bridges;short span;design;construction work;load tests;violet road bridge, stepney, london;grove road bridge, stepney, london;court road bridge, mottingham, london;cricketers bridge, old ford road, stepney, london