3 edition of The cast iron bridge at Sunderland (1796) found in the catalog.
The cast iron bridge at Sunderland (1796)
J. G. James
1986 by Faculty of Humanities, Newcastle upon Tyne Polytechnic in (Newcastle upon Tyne) .
Written in English
|Series||Occasional papers in the history of science and technology -- no.5|
|Contributions||Newcastle upon Tyne Polytechnic.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
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Total replacement took place in the s, the present bridge being opened in The Cast-Iron Bridge at Sunderland: The International Journal for the History of Engineering & Technology: No 2Cited by: 1.
Rowland Burdon had been instrumental in funding and obtaining Acts of Parliament for the iron bridge across the Wear at Sunderland, opened on 9 August The single arch bridge of feet 8 inches, with 94 feet clearance at low tide for sailing vessels, had been fabricated at Coalbrookdale from East view of the construction of the great iron bridge across the River Wear at Sunderland.
This was built between and It amazed contemporaries with its size The cast iron bridge at Sunderland book single span over foot long) and its bold use of a new material: iron.
West view of the newly completed great iron bridge across the River Wear at Sunderland. This was built between and It amazed contemporaries with its size (a single span over foot long) and its bold use of a new material: iron. East view of the Cast Iron Bridge over the River Wear at Sunderland in the County of Durham, by Robert Clarke (artist) and J.
Raffield (engraver). The bridge was opened to the public on Tuesday, 9 August Burdon was a prominent Freemason (a Grand Master of the Lodge). It was the longest single-span cast iron bridge in the world, measuring ft. Reports vary, but between and tonnes of cast iron were used during the.
The Iron Bridge is a cast iron arch bridge that crosses the River Severn in Shropshire, init was the first major bridge in the world to be made of cast success inspired the widespread use of cast iron as a structural material, and today the bridge is celebrated as a symbol of the Industrial Revolution.
The geography of the deep Ironbridge Crosses: River Severn. It seems that the successful marketing of the Bridge over the River Wear by Sunderland potteries has inspired Tyneside potteries to market Tynemouth Haven, (and not shown here) the High and Low Lights and the High Level Bridge at Newcastle.
Item 2 is similar to dishes with orange lustre often attributed to Balls Pottery of Sunderland. Thomas Paine, a political thinker, experimented with iron bridges in the s and one of his proposals was for a bowstring truss of cast iron.
The concept was used for a bridge over the River Wear at Sunderland, in north-east England, designed by. Bridge Construction Facts. Some facts relating to the construction of the Bridge are set out immediately below. The weight of the iron was tons; 46 tons were malleable and cast iron, being cast by Walkers of Rotherham.
The centre of. The cast iron police call box opposite the Elephant Tea Rooms. The blue gates behind Burdon House where you could watch the trains. The Echo Building with the little cast iron bridge outside. The museum with the stuffed lion and the library with a view over the park.
Woolworths, Joblings, Binns, Blacketts, Liverpool House. Illustration showing Cast iron bridge over the Wear, connecting Sunderland and Monkwearmouth. This bridge was built in by Walmers, the Botherham iron founders, in association with Bowland Burdon (c.
Built on the site of an iron bridge built in and widened by Robert Stephenson inand incorporating some of the balustrade from the work, the other panels being made to match.
Steps at NE have cast-iron overthrow at head and incorporate further fabric. With 'An East View of the iron Bridge over the Wear near Sunderland.
Foundation stone laid by R. Burdon MP sept. 24th 93 height feet span '. Further inscribed with 'Cast Iron Tons, Wrought do 46 Tons, Nil Desperandum Auspice Deo', and signed.
Below the view are festoons of foliage. Place of Origin. Sunderland (made) Date. (made). Until the Wearmouth iron bridge (now demolished) was built at Sunderland inferries were the only way to cross the River Wear downstream of Chester-le-Street.
It was constructed using small cast iron elements held together with wrought iron ties, unlike the world’s first cast iron bridge at Coalbrookdale (), which has much larger Location: River Wear, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear, UK. A 19th century Sunderland lustre jug with view entitled 'West View of the Cast Iron Bridge near Sunderland' - height 14cm CONDITION REPORT As seen in additional images.
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