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The Silver Bridge Disaster: Acknowledgements

Updated Thursday 12th February 2009

Acknowledgements to those who helped in the making of this feature

A train crossing the Tay Bridge Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: St Andrew's Valentine Collection

For their assistance in the making of this feature, we wish to thank:

Walter Carpenter

Charlene Wood

Point Pleasant River Museum

Department of Public Works, Allegheny County

West Virginia State Archives

 

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