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Photographs Of The Replacement Of The Tin Bridge To A  Wooden Bridge At Linton Falls

Photographs of the replacement of the Tin Bridge to a Wooden Bridge at Linton Falls

I brought the photographs so local people could look through and recognise some familar faces!

When the new wooden Bridge at Linton Falls was built in 1989 I went everyday to take photographs of the process and of the people who were involved in the project.

The Army did the work as a training exercise since the old bridge needed replacing because having done it ourselves would have cost a lot of money.

I also worked at the National Park and administered the project.

Loaned by Mary Wilkinson

 

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