Model of bridge, River Almond, Midlothian

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designed by Robert Stevenson

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Model of bridge, River Almond, Midlothian

This is a model of a wooden bridge which crossed the River Almond. It was designed by Robert Stevenson in 1821.

Model of a bridge over the River Almond designed in 1821 by Robert Stevenson, Edinburgh

Robert Stevenson, 1772-1850, was the first of the Stevenson 'lighthouse' dynasty. He designed and built 18 lighthouses, including Bell Rock off Arbroath. He also designed canals, harbours and bridges.

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Online ID: 000-000-099-948-C
Image Rights Holder: National Museums Scotland
Project: 0088: Innovators and Innovations (multimedia essay)
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Ref: National Museums Scotland  T.1924.22
Date: 1821
Dimensions: 380 H x 200 mm W x 1145 mm L
What: Bridge / model
Subject: 18. CIVIL ENGINEERING, Bridges (Departmental Classification)
Who: Robert Stevenson (Bridge designer)
Where: Scotland, River Almond Bridge
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