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037/038 - South Wales Railway Contract 9N - Chepstow Railway Bridge

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Seven drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of borings in ship yard Chepstow 16-21, second drawing is of a plan matching the elevation, third drawing is of and elevation of the bridge showing borings into the river bed, fourth drawing is of plan of sloping, fifth drawing is of plan of xx, sixth and seven drawings are of elevations of the pier with scaffolding. 18 Duke Street 2nd copy.

18 July 1850

Two separate drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of six plans of cylinders shewing their height above datum longitudinally and transversally, second drawing is accompanying data sheet showing height above datum of the tops of cylinders.

15 December 1849

Five drawings on one sheet. Drawing No. 1 for Chepstow Bridge Contract. First drawing is of section at AB, second drawing is of general elevation, third drawing is of section at EF, fourth drawing is of general plan, fifth drawing has title missing. Drawing is signed by Edward Finch and Thomas Willey.

09 February 1850

Six drawings on one sheet. Drawing No. 6 for Chepstow Bridge Contract. First drawing is of section at FF, second drawing is of plan at AA, third drawing is of section at BB, fourth drawing is of sections at DD, fifth drawing is of plan at CC, sixth drawing is of plan at EE. Drawing is signed by Edward Finch and Thomas Willey.

09 February 1850

Original Drawing on paper in ink and colour wash

[1845-1850]

Sketch relating to Chepstow Bridge.

1848-1852

Four drawings on one sheet. Drawing No. 10 for Chepstow Bridge Contract. First drawing is of section at EE on plan with elevation at GG on plan, second drawing is of section of girder, third drawing is of section at NN, fourth drawing is of plan at OO and PP. Drawing is signed by Edward Finch and Thomas Willey.

09 February 1850

Two drawings on one sheet of experimental sheaves for ten inch rope. First drawing is of section at AB, second drawing is of section at CD.

1848-1852

Three drawings on one sheet. Drawing No. 5 for Chepstow Bridge Contract. First drawing is of longitudinal [section] at centre, second drawing is of plan of top of centre of main beam and plan of bottom of main beam two and floor beams, third drawing is of transverse section at CD. Drawing is signed by Edward Finch and Thomas Willey.

09 February 1850

Four drawings on one sheet of caps for middle columns of 100 foot opening with attachment of girders. First drawing is of section at EF with elevation at GH, second drawing is of elevation at LM, third drawing is of plan at CD with plan of top at AB, fourth drawing is of a plan. Copied at 18 Duke Street.

18 March 1856

Eleven drawings on one sheet. Drawing No. 13 for Chepstow Bridge Contract. Drawings include plan of parapet and cap of column, cross section of parapet, elevation of parapet and plans and sections of cap of middle column of 100 feet openings. Drawing is signed by Edward Finch and Thomas Willey.

09 February 1850

Eight drawings on one sheet. Drawings are of experimental shevaes for ten inch rope. First drawing is of section at AB, second drawing is of plan of plummer block, third drawing is of section of plummer block, fourth drawing is of section at CD, fifth, sixth and seventh drawings are untitled and are [of structures created for experiments to take place], seventh drawing is of section of periphery of sheave. Drawing is signed by Robert Pearson Brereton

20 October 1849

Two drawings on one sheet. Drawing No. 11 for Chepstow Bridge Contract. First drawing is of transverse section from under girder to cap at KK on plan with section of cap at JJ on plan, second drawing is of transverse section of cylindrical truss at LL with section of girder at LL on plan. Drawing is signed by Edward Finch and Thomas Willey.

09 February 1850

Two drawings on one sheet of cast iron standards including transverse section from under girder to cap at KK on plan. A third of the drawing is missing.

1848-1852

Drawing No. 12 for Chepstow Bridge Contract. Drawing is of plan at AA with plan at BB and plan at CC for cast iron standard. Drawing is signed by Edward Finch and Thomas Willey.

09 February 1850

Original Drawing on paper in ink and colour wash

09 January 1851

Document is a chart of borings 16-21 and their contents in the ship yard at Chepstow.

27 December 1848

Document is of data for velocity of spring tides showing flood tides and ebb tides from 20th January to 10th February 1852

1852

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