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Namur and Liege Railway

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1846 George Rennie was appointed Engineer-in-chief to the Namur and Liege railway, for which he designed three elegant stone bridges, the largest consisting of five arches of 50 feet span each, for crossing the Meuse, at Val St. Lambert.

From 1847 Tulk and Ley built a number of engines for the Namur and Liege Railway. The order was undelivered because the railway was not ready.

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