U.K. engineers work to rebuild pedestrian bridge damaged by flood

12/3/2009 | New Civil Engineer

A Royal Engineers team is preparing to rebuild a pedestrian bridge between the two sides of the town of Workington in the U.K. The bridge could remain the town's only link across the River Derwent for six months while engineers work to repair other flood-damaged bridges. The Royal Engineers team is building the bridge with a stronger foundation in the event of future flooding.

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