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River Wear Bridge

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New Bridge over the River Wear, viewed from Wear Street. 1909.

Double deck road/rail bridge over the River Wear in Sunderland.

Designed by Charles A. Harrison.

Steelwork by William Arrol and Co. Masonry by Mitchell Bros and Co of Glasgow.

For contemporary description, see articles in 'The Engineer'[1] [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] The Engineer, 4 June 1909, pp.588-9
  2. [2] The Engineer, 11 June 1909, pp.603-4