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Menai Bridge - Stock Image

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30th January 1826: The first major suspension bridge in the world, built in 1819-1826 by Scottish civil engineer Thomas Telford across the Menai Strait. The bridge spans 176 metres between the island of Anglesey and Bangor in Wales. Telford, a shepherd's son from Westerkirk near Langholm, was apprenticed to a stonemason at the age of 14 and worked in Edinburgh and London before being appointed the Surveyor of Public Works in Shropshire. In 1802 he was commissioned by the government to assess Scotland's transport requirements which led to the construction of the Caledonian Canal in 1803 and the building of 1,000 miles of road and over 1,200 bridges. He also developed a smoother road surface which was used until the end of the century. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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