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Verulam

Glasgow Station Old Roof Douglas Birkett, a retired member; has written from West Yorkshire in response to Alexander Aitken’s letter - Verulam, 15 September 1998: During the 1950s I was site engineer for a bridge & construction CO. supervising many ‘rolling-in’ of new railway bridges, necessitated by deck corrosion, abutment failure or road widening. A fair amount of stations work came our way too, and the ‘arch’ Mr Aiken writes about is typical of the ‘Victorian licence’ in the 1800s.