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- The Bailey bridge is type of portable, pre-fabricated, truss bridge. They were developed by the British during World War 2 for military use and saw extensive use by both British and the American military engineering units. See images: K026464 K026350
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- Wartime Archive of Reg Stone of Skelmanthorpe: Taking the Rangoon Railway to Mandalay, via Pegu and Thazi A new Bailey Bridge constructed by the Royal Engineers, Mandalay, Burma The old bombed bridge can be seen to the right-hand side of the photograph.
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- Mirfield Grammar School Theatrical Presentations.
- The construction of the first segment of the Yorkshire section of the M62 motorway, situated between the county boundary of Saddleworth Moor and Outlane - Scammonden Bridge, the centering of the arch aided by scaffolding.