The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 73 (1995) > Issues > Issue 5 > Recent Strengthening Work to Cleveland Bridge, Bath
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Recent Strengthening Work to Cleveland Bridge, Bath

Cleveland Bridge is an early 19th century cast-iron arch bridge over the River Avon in Bath. The bridge was substantially altered earlier this century to enable it to carry heavier road traffic. This paper outlines the bridge's history and describes recent strengthening works to the footways and parapets, carried out following load assessment of the bridge. N.M.S. Dodds, L.A. Locke and R.N. Welsford

Author(s): Dodds, N M S;Locke, L A;Welsford, R N

Keywords: arch bridges;19th century;cast iron;strengthening;history;appraising;load tests;parapets;trusses;bearings;anchors;abutments;stone;portal frames;analysis;repairing;steel