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File:Northern segment of the second Tay Bridge.jpg


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56° 27′ 12.00″ N, 2° 58′ 40.89″ W

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English: This is a northern segment of the second Tay Bridge, showing a section from the High Girders on the left, to the beginning of a shallower span on the right. The image also shows examples of the stumps of the first Tay Bridge poking out of the Tay.
Date 9 August 2005
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Author Denimadept


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