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Irwell Street Bridge

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Crosses the River Irwell between Manchester and Salford.

Opened in 1877. Designed by James Gascoigne Lynde and Mr. Jerram. Ironwork by the Stockton Forge Co. Masonry abutments by Ellis and Hinchliffe of Manchester. Girders 130 ft and 127 ft long.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] The Engineer, 6 April 1877, pp.232, 233, 236