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Saturday, 9 February 2013

Bridging the gap

There was a day to recover from helping Oli & Nicole move house. A couple of pints in Dalham followed by the Three Churches Walk – an old favourite. Here’s a couple of snaps that look at ways of bridging a gap.

PACKHORSE BRIDGE, MOULTON

MOULTON PACKHORSE BRIDGE

 

KINGS CROSS STATION

KING’S CROSS STATION

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  1. i took a similar photo at Kings Cross when I was down on Wednesday I do like that roof

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    1. In a past life I worked on a few Geodetic roofs (my favourite being one thought to have been designed by Barnes Wallis, at the Ford plant in Swaythling) They are wonderfully elegant solutions for large clear spans.

      The British Museum's Great Court roof (Norman Foster) is also particularly attractive.

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  2. I was just going to say the roof reminded me of the British Museum, beaten to it.......

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  3. Indeed.
    And you can find more on the BM's Great Court roof by clicking HERE and HERE

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