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Product Description: Like never before we are aware of the crucial place of bridges in our lives. The spans that warranted little notice are now at the forefront of public and political debate and we are reminded of the rich history-and the uncertain future-of bridging in Minnesota...read more
By Eric Delony (other contributor)

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9780816646661, titled "Wood, Concrete, Stone, and Steel: Minnesota's Historic Bridges" | Univ of Minnesota Pr, April 20, 2008, cover price $39.95 | About this edition: Like never before we are aware of the crucial place of bridges in our lives.

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Product Description: The first bridge ever to be built of iron, in 1779, is perhaps the most important industrial monument in Britain. The bridge changed the pattern of communications in its area, and attracted thousands of sightseers. The first book with this title marked the bicentenary in 1979, explaining the conception, design, and construction of the bridge and its social impact...read more
By Neil Cossons (editor), Eric Delony and Barrie Trinder (editor)

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9781860772306 | History Pr Ltd, May 1, 2003, cover price $45.00 | About this edition: The first bridge ever to be built of iron, in 1779, is perhaps the most important industrial monument in Britain.

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Photographs of ninety-five of the most impressive bridges in North America, culled from the archives of the Historical American Engineering Record, are presented chronologically, from pre-Civil War turnpike, railroad, and canal bridges to today's suspension bridges.

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9780821220368 | Bulfinch Pr, November 1, 1993, cover price $40.00 | About this edition: Photographs of ninety-five of the most impressive bridges in the United States are presented chronologically, from pre-Civil War spans to today's suspension bridges

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