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The Bridge that Carries a Park

An unusual landscaped bridge, now under construction, will provide a crucial element in the comprehensive programme of regeneration and extension for Mile End Park in London’s East End. The scheme’s masterplan, conceived and designed by Tibbalds Monro, will create a 5-mile linear park by linking a series of open spaces currently dissected by major arterial roads and railways. Michael Patrick