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image 144v (SM volume 162) Bridge, 29 May 1779

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144v (SM volume 162) Bridge, 29 May 1779

Purpose

144v (SM volume 162) Bridge, 29 May 1779

Notes

Monday May 29th / Set out at 3 o'Clock in the Morng / a little way up the river another Bridge / abt 100 feet, the Arch rises very little / & is very strong & in good repair / with a rough part-elevation of bridge, labelled abt 100ft / two Arches to this bridge but the great / body of Water passes thro' the great / Arch (reproduced A. Maggi & N. Navone, John Soane and the wooden bridges of Switzerland, 2003, p.74)

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Drawing

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