Canadian Centre for Architecture/Centre canadien d'architecture, Mar 23, 2005 - Architecture - 96 pages
In the 1970s, German photographer and filmmaker Dieter Appelt first saw the Forth Rail Bridge, built in 1890 to cross the River Forth in Scotland. The cantilevered steel span, a marvel of 19th-century engineering over 8,000 feet long and still in regular
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Phyllis Lambert Foreword
Dieter Appelt Bridging the Firth of Forth
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