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The Structural Engineer
Visit to New Victoria Super Cinema
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A large party of members of the Institution of Structural Engineers availed themselves of the kind invitation of Messrs. H. Young & Co., of Nine Elms Ironworks; Mr. W.E. Trent, F.S.I., the Architect, and Messrs. McLaughlin and Harvey, the contractors; to visit the site between Vauxhall Bridge Road and Wilton Road, of the New Victoria. Super Cinema now in course of erection.

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