Chain Bridge (Revisited)

No wonder the Széchenyi Chain Bridge in Budapest looks similar to the 1820’s bridge that spans the Tweed, its designer William Tierney Clark worked closely with Samuel Brown as they built smaller suspension bridges together in England as prototypes for the Hungarian masterpiece completed in 1849 which spans 375m across the Danube. The engineer credited with the bridges construction was also a Clark, Adam Clark a Scottish engineer has a square named after him in Budapest. 

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