The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 59 (1981) > Issues > Issue 8 > A Study of the Design and Construction and a Structural Analysis of Magdalene Bridge, Cambridge
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A Study of the Design and Construction and a Structural Analysis of Magdalene Bridge, Cambridge

Magdalene Bridge is one of the country’s oldest surviving iron bridges, and these papers comprise a detailed investigation into its early history, and a new computer method structural analysis which confirms its capability of withstanding modern high way loading. S.K. Morgan and T.J. Heathorn