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" The carriage-roads pass through two arches, in the suspending piers, of the width of 9 feet, by 15 feet in height to the spring of the arches. To counteract the contraction and expansion of the iron, from the effect of... "
Parry's railway companion from Chester to Holyhead - Page 115
by E. Parry - 1848
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volume 3

Science - 1825
...two suspending piers is 52 feet above the road. The road on the bridge consists of two carriage-ways, of 12 feet each, with a footpath, of 4 feet, in the centre. The carriage-roads pass through two arches, in the suspending piers, of the width of 9 feet, by 15 feet...
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The Naval and Military Magazine, Volume 3

Military art and science - 1828
...65 feel, and (he span of each, 52 feet. The road upon the bridge consists of two carriage-ways of 12 feet each, with a foot-path of 4 feet in the centre. The length of the suspended part of the road, from pier to pier, is 553 feet ! The carriage roads pass through two arches in the...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volume 3

Sir David Brewster - Science - 1826
...two suspending piers is 52 feet above the.road. The road on the bridge consists of two carriage-ways, of 12 feet each, with a footpath, of 4 feet, in the centre. The carriage-roads pass through two arches, in the suspending piers, of the width of 9 feet, by 15 feet...
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The Cambrian mirror, or North Wales tourist

Edward Parry - 1843
...The road on the bridge consists of two carriage ways of 12 feet each, with a fontpxth of four fet in the centre ; the length of the suspended path from the pier is 653 feet; the cardaue road passes through two arches in the suspended piers, of the width of 9 feet by 15 in height,...
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Wanderings in North Wales

William Cathrall - 1851
...two suspending piers is 52 feet above the road. The road on the bridge consists of two carriage-ways, of 12 feet each, with a footpath of 4 feet in the centre. The length of the suspended part of the road, from pier to pier, is 553 feet. The carriage-roads pass through two arches, in the...
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The illustrated hand-book of North Wales: being the 5th ed. of Hemingway's ...

John Hicklin (of Chester.), Joseph Hemingway - 1853
...the suspending piers is 53 feet above the road ; the roads on the bridge consist of two carriage-ways of 12 feet each, with a footpath of 4 feet in the centre; the length of the suspended part of the road from pier to pier is 553 feet; the carriageroad passes through two arches in the suspending...
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Llandudno and its vicinity

John Hicklin (of Chester.) - 1856
...is feet ; each of the suspending piers is 53 feet above the road ; the roads on the bridge consist of two carriage ways of 12 feet each, with a foot-path...4 feet in the centre ; the length of the suspended part of the road from pier to pier is 553 feet ; the carriage-road passes through two arches in the...
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A guide through North Wales, including Anglesey, Caernarvonshire ...

William Cathrall, Andrew Crombie Ramsay (sir.) - 1860 - 80 pages
...two suspending piers is 52 feet above the road. The road on the bridge consists of two carriageways, of 12 feet each, with a footpath of 4 feet in the centre. The length of the suspended part of the road from pier to pier is 553 feet. The carriage-roads pass through two arches, in the...
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Philosophical Magazine, Volume 66

Science - 1825
...two suspending piers is 52 feet above the road. The road on the bridge consists of two carriage-ways, of 12 feet each, with a footpath, of 4 feet, in the centre. The carriage-roads pass through two arches, in the suspending piers, of the width of 9 feet, by 15 feet...
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