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What the papers say - THE SUNDAY TIMES

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East Anglia is proposing to build a suspension bridge supported from three 50m high interlocking steel 'reeds', or masts, as a landmark for the region. Dotted along the pedestrian bridge will be 40m high steel rods which are intended to sway gently in the wind like fenland grasses. The structure is to span the A14 on the outskirts of Cambridge.

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