Double-Double: The History of the Bailey Bridges Built by the Royal Canadian Engineers.
September 27, 2023
Time: 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET / 6:00 pm (UK Summer)
This presentation explores the history of the Bailey bridge and the role of the Royal Canadian Engineers in its construction during and after WWII. Developed as a simple bridge to support the war effort and the mobility of British troops in World War II, the Bailey Bridge has become ubiquitous in many locations around the world where it, or a version thereof, continues to be built.
Linda Newton is a Fellow of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering and a member of the CSCE National History Committee. She is also a retired member of the Canadian Military Engineers.
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