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Robert Mylne

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Robert Mylne
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Born:   04.01.1733
Died:   05.05.1811
Operated:   Across UK

Robert Mylne was an architect who worked on a number of bridges across he UK, arguably the most famous of which is Blackfriars Bridge, in London.

In addition to bridges, he worked on various projects including waterways such as the New River and buildings such as St Cecilia's Hall in Edinburgh.

He is buried in St. Paul's Cathedral in London.

List of Crossings

Crossing On Road Opening Date
Aray Bridge A83 1776
Blackfriars Bridge A201
Chollerford Bridge B6318
Clachan Bridge B844
Hexham Bridge A6079
Middle Bridge A27

Robert Mylne
Road and Bridge Builders
pre-Victorian EngineersMajor William Caulfeild • Abraham Darby • John McAdam • Robert Mylne • John Rennie • John Smeaton • Thomas Telford • General George Wade
Victorian EngineersIsambard Kingdom Brunel • Joseph Mitchell
20th Century EngineersOwen Williams
Engineering CompaniesCleveland Bridge Company • Fairhurst Engineering • Stevenson Family

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