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South End Road bridge South End Road bridge

Plaque: South End Road bridge

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London Borough of Camden
South End Road bridge
Reconstructed & widened in 1969 replacing a 28 ft. wide cast iron bridge built in 1864.
Borough engineer & surveyor - K.P. Harman B.Sc. (Eng.) F.I.C.E., F.I. Mun. E.
Contractors - Leonard Fairclough Ltd

Site: South End Road bridge (1 memorial)

NW3, South End Road

2020: The road is surprising wide at this point. Via Facebook Dugald Gonsal helpfully explained "I was selected and appointed by Ken Harman to design and manage the construction of this bridge to replace the old bridge which had a severe weight restriction. It was decided that traffic should not be restricted during the reconstruction. In order to achieve this requirement a "new" bridge was built alongside the substandard bridge. When this phase was completed traffic was moved over and the old bridge was then demolished and reconstructed. It is for that reason that the bridge appears to have a dual carriageway."

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South End Road bridge reconstruction

Reconstructed & widened in 1969 replacing a 28 ft. wide cast iron bridge ...

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K. P. Harman

Camden Borough engineer & surveyor in 1969. Initials after his name: "B.S...

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Camden Council

The Town Hall in Euston Road once housed these interesting murals by Cecil Os...

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