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Salford's Lowry Centre footbridge

Our article on Salford's Lowry Centre footbridge in the 20/27 August issue was incorrect in one important aspect. The bridge's tubular steel lattice towers, the tied arch structure, the end deck plate units which mate the deck and towers together and the mechanical works, including the exposed sheaves and counterweights, were all fabricated, assembled and erected on site by the Lancashire-based specialist, Fairport Steelwork.

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