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THE TAY BRIDGE. THE Tay Bridge near Dundee, Scotland, is the longest structure of its kind spanning a running stream. It is nearly two miles in length, or 10,321 feet, and its construction has involved the highest engineering and mechanical skill. The following particulars relating to the construction are given by E. Gilkes, C.E., in a recent number of Engineering: Let us consider some of the most novel appliances and ex pedients which have been developed and brought to bear in itsdoi:10.1038/scientificamerican04071877-1042supp fatcat:wnwbwfjk5ja3xlwurg2hj32hee