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031A - Britannia Bridge

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2 drawings on 1 sheet. Working drawing of the Britannia Bridge showing front and side elevations of the Middle Tower including statue of Britannia

February 1848

Drawing No. 5 for Contract No. 10 Britannia Bridge. Drawing is of longitudinal section of one of the middle towers. This is the drawing No. 5 as referred to in the "Contract No. 10 Britannia Bridge Contract" the day made and entered into by us with the Chester and Holyhead Railway Company. Signed by Benjamin [T] Nowell, John Hemingway, J B Hemingway and Charles Pearson

May 1846

1 drawing on 1 sheet. Working drawing of the Britannia Bridge showing longitudinal section of temple finishings on Shore Tower

06 July 1848

6 drawings on 1 sheet. Working drawing of the Britannia Bridge showing plans of Centre Tower, Middle Tower and Towers next to shore

10 September 1846

2 drawings on 1 sheet. Working drawing of the Britannia Bridge showing elevation next to tube and side elevation and winged wall

February 1848

2 drawings on 1 sheet. Working drawing of the Britannia Bridge showing front and side elevations of Shore Tower on Anglesea side

February 1848

1 drawing on 2 sheets. Working drawing for the Britannia Bridge showing elevation of Bridge

February 1848 - March 1848

3 drawings on 1 sheet. Working drawing of the Britannia Bridge showing plan of one of the recesses, a partial drawing of side of Centre Tower and a 3rd partial drawing.

06 August 1849

1 drawing on 2 sheets. Working drawing for the Britannia Bridge showing elevation of inscription of the Frieze on the Abutment Tower Carnarvon side. Inscription reads "ERECTED ANNO DOMINI MDCCCXLIX ROBERT STEPHENSON ENGINEER"

[1846-1848]

Three drawings on one sheet. Drawing No. 8 for Contract No. 10 Britannia Bridge. First drawing is of end towers at entrance of tunnel on Caernarvon side, second drawing is of front elevation, third drawing is of longitudinal section. This is the drawing No. 8 as referred to in the "Contract No. 10 Britannia Bridge Contract" the day made and entered into by us with the Chester and Holyhead Railway Company. Signed by Benjamin [T] Nowell, John Hemingway, J B Hemingway and Charles Pearson

May 1846

2 drawings on 1 sheet. Working drawing of the Britannia Bridge showing front and side elevations of Carnarvon Tower

01 March 1848

2 drawings on 1 sheet. Working drawing for the Britannia Bridge showing front and side elevations of Shore Tower Carnarvon Side. Annotations relating to work on the girders, temple finishings, filling in of the recesses and a note referencing Robert Stephenson

01 March 1847

6 drawings on 1 sheet. Working drawing of the Britannia Bridge showing plans of towers next to shore, Centre Tower and Middle Tower

[1846-1848]

1 drawing on 2 sheets. Working drawing for the Britannia Bridge showing elevation of Bridge.

February 1848 - March 1848

Two drawings on one sheet of end tower and wing wall Anglesea side. Drawing No. 10 for Contract No. 10 Britannia Bridge. First drawing is of transverse section of wing, second drawing is of elevation of end tower and wing. This is the drawing No. 10 as referred to in the "Contract No. 10 Britannia Bridge Contract" the day made and entered into by us with the Chester and Holyhead Railway Company. Signed by Benjamin [T] Nowell, John Hemingway, J B Hemingway and Charles Pearson

May 1846

Four drawings on one sheet. Drawing No. 6 for Contract No. 10 Britannia Bridge. First drawing is of plan at letter b, second drawing is of plan at letter c, third drawing is of plan at letter a, fourth drawing is of plan at letter d. This is the drawing No. 6 as referred to in the "Contract No. 10 Britannia Bridge Contract" the day made and entered into by us with the Chester and Holyhead Railway Company. Signed by Benjamin [T] Nowell, John Hemingway, J B Hemingway and Charles Pearson.

May 1846

3 drawings on 1 sheet. Working drawing of the Britannia Bridge showing section of parapet cornice frieze and lintol entrance front for the Abutment Tower

[1846-1848]

2 drawings on 1 sheet. Working drawing of the Britannia Bridge showing raised relief on the Abutment Towers

21 January 1848

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