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Failed design triggers horrific Tay Bridge terror

THE TAY Bridge disaster of 1879 remains one of Scotland’s most notorious and haunting events. The story has an almost gothic intensity: a great man-made structure, the pride of Victorian Britain and the longest bridge in the world at the time, is destroyed by the wild forces of nature one winter night, sending 75 people plunging to their deaths. for more click here

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