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Early 1800s: The famous bridge-builder, [[John Rennie (the elder)]], combined stone with new cast-iron techniques to create previously unheard of low, wide elliptical arches at the Leeds Bridge and elsewhere.
 
Early 1800s: The famous bridge-builder, [[John Rennie (the elder)]], combined stone with new cast-iron techniques to create previously unheard of low, wide elliptical arches at the Leeds Bridge and elsewhere.
  
1871 New bridge: Mr David Nichols, of Leeds was the contractor, and Messrs. [[Butler and Pitts]] of Stannengley constructed the ironwork.<ref>The Engineer 1871/06/16</ref>
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1871 New bridge: Mr David Nichols, of Leeds was the contractor, and Messrs. [[Butler and Pitts]] of Stanningley constructed the ironwork.<ref>The Engineer 1871/06/16</ref>
 
 
  

Latest revision as of 11:03, 26 January 2018

Early 1800s: The famous bridge-builder, John Rennie (the elder), combined stone with new cast-iron techniques to create previously unheard of low, wide elliptical arches at the Leeds Bridge and elsewhere.

1871 New bridge: Mr David Nichols, of Leeds was the contractor, and Messrs. Butler and Pitts of Stanningley constructed the ironwork.[1]



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  1. The Engineer 1871/06/16