The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 77 (1999) > Issues > Issue 19 > Andel's Wings and Cotton Reels
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Andel's Wings and Cotton Reels

Construction work for two new footbridges across the Thames at Charing Cross is about to begin. Pedestrians crossing the river will soon have the benefit of wide, modem walkways and impressive views upstream to the Palace of Westminster and downstream to St Paul’s Cathedral. The bridges are unique and their design and construction present new challenges to engineers, architects and contractors. John Parker