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PLANE SAILING: Consultant Gifford has been involved in strengthening a bridge so that two antique aircraft can reach Brooklands Air Museum via a crossing of the River Wey. The Vanguard and VC10 were originally built by Vickers 45 years ago at a factory near the Air Museum site. They had been parked up at the old factory, which is now being redeveloped as part of a car heritage centre. Gifford designed load spreaders to ensure that point loads on the existing river crossing did not overstress ...

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