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125 years of steel bridges in Britain (part 1)

In a two-part article based on his 2015 James Sutherland History Lecture, Alan Hayward traces the development of steel bridge building in Britain from the construction of the Forth Rail Bridge in 1890. Part 1 covers the period up to the 1970s.

Author(s): A. Hayward (Cass Hayward Consulting Engineers)