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Chepstow Bridge
Chepstow Bridge
Chepstow Bridge
Chepstow Bridge
Chepstow Bridge
Chepstow Bridge

Image credit: Brunel University London Arts Collection

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Brunel University London

London

Title

Chepstow Bridge

Medium

wrought iron

Accession number

ARTUK2

Work type

Sculpture

Inscription description

plaque: GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY / PART OF A 300ft LONG WROUGHT IRON CONTINUOUS GIRDER / FROM THE THREE 100ft. APPROACH SPANS OF THE / RAILWAY BRIDGE OVER THE RIVER WYE / AT / CHEPSTOW / THE BRIDGE, OPENED IN 1852, WAS BUILT BY / ISAMBARD KINGDOM BRUNEL / VICE PRESIDENT OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS 1850–1859 / CHIEF ENGINEER OF THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY 1833–1859 / PRESENTED TO THE INSTITUTION FOLLOWING THE RECONSTRUCTION / OF THE APPROACH SPANS IN 1948.

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Brunel University Arts Centre, Brunel University London, Kingston Lane, Uxbridge, London, Greater London UB8 3PH England

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