Transport: San .Francisco Bridge

Only one man in the world can tell the story Evan C. Lambert told last week.

He and twelve other men were working up underneath the completed centre span of the new San Francisco-Marin County bridge.* Like wrinkled grey granite, 220 ft. below them ran the swift tidal currents of the Golden Gate. Most of the men were standing on a heavy wooden platform, slung below the rail-girders on steel beams. They were yanking away the boards from beneath the hardened concrete floor of the 4,200-ft. span. Two men were below them picking fallen boards...

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