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New Bridges for Old

Old bridges are becoming an increasing problem in engineering and in political terms. Britain probably has more old bridges than any other nation, chiefly because we must be the only country in the world which has not experienced an invasion during the road-building period. There is no doubt that politically we cannot afford to replace the bridges. Therefore they must be maintained and assessed. W.J. Harvey