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1912 Reinforced concrete.
1924 A new bridge was constructed at Oswald-street in Glasgow, a few hundred yards to the downstream side of the Jamaica Bridge. This was to be a reinforced concrete bridge with three arches, and was designed by the Considere Construction Company, Limited. It was estimated to cost £ 100,000. (1924)
1933 The Chiswick Bridge.