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Chiswick Bridge

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1933.

Designed by Sir Herbert Baker in collaboration with Mr. A. Dryland and Considere Construction Co Ltd.It has a central span of 150 foot, side spans of 125 foot and two land spans of 61 foot.6 inches.The Bridge carries a 40 foot roadway and two 15 foot pathways. It is faced entirely with Portland Stone. The cost was £208,284.00[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer1933/07/07.