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    1. Golrajas

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      Take the Quiz: The Tay Bridge Disaster. The original bridge across the estuary of the River Tay at Dundee in Scotland, built for and owned by the North British Railway N.B.R., fell in a storm just over eighteen months after its official opening. Lets have a poke amongst the wreckage.
    2. Zukinos

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      Nov 25,  · The Tay bridge was nearly two miles long, and at the time was the longest bridge in the world. It was designed by a British railway engineer named Thomas Bouch, who built many notable railway lines, bridges and viaducts across the British isles, but is best known for the disastrous role he played in the destruction of the Tay Bridge.
    3. Tok

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      Feb 16,  · The Tay Bridge Disaster Beautiful Railway Bridge of the Silv'ry Tay! but he could have been referring to McGonagall and no one would have compained. And 'Tay Bridge' is McGonagall at his finest - a depth-plumbingly bad poem that had me dropping my jaw in sheer amazement before the first verse was done, and laughing out loud not too long.
    4. Mujar

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      Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about John Laurie - The Great McGonagall at Discogs. Complete your John Laurie collection.4/5(2).
    5. Grogor

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      A "digital microscope" that lets scientists examine photographs at high resolutions has finally proved what caused the Tay Bridge disaster of years ago in which 75 people died.
    6. Zulut

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      Sep 24,  · “The Tay Rail Bridge disaster – a reappraisal based on modern analysis methods” by Tom Martin and Iain Macleod. “The Railways of Britain” by O.S. Nock. “Tay Bridge ” from “The World of Trains”, Part 18, pages to incl. “The Tay Bridge Disaster” a poem by William McGonagall.
    7. Akishakar

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      Oct 10,  · Despite Railtrack's best efforts in recent years, the Tay Bridge disaster remains one of Britains worst ever railway accident. A terrific storm, which had spread mayhem and destruction throughout central Scotland, was howling down the Tay just as the Edinburgh train was crossing the bridge.
    8. Tekora

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      May 21,  · THE Tay Bridge disaster of was probably caused by shoddy workmanship and not by a design fault, according to new research. For more than years, the designer Sir Thomas Bouch .
    9. Kajikinos

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      Apr 04,  · “Oh, that’s easy,” says Billy. “The Tay Bridge Disaster!” “A classic!” I said. “Indeed!” said Billy. It’s time for Danny’s surprise, so we all troop upstairs and burst through the doors just as the applause for his last song begins to fade; then we all start singing Happy Birthday to You.

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