Design for a cast iron bridge

Design for a cast iron bridge

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Caption: Perspective View of the Design for a Cast Iron Bridge, consisting of a single Arch Six Hundred feet in the span, and calculated to supply the place of the present London Bridge, by T. Telford and I. Douglass; drawn and aquatinted by T. Malton, and engraved by W. Lowry. Originally published in London, 1801.

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Keywords: arch, bridge, bridges, ceremony and ritual, discipline, england, footbridge, great britain, historical, history, infrastructure, iron, london, materials, metal, metallic element, metallic elements, metals, perspective, science, sciences, single built work, transportation infrastructure

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