How Was the First Iron Bridge Held Together?

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The first iron bridge was held together by using wrought-iron ties, tubes and bolts. The bridges which were first designed in 18th century were also flanked by solid wooden arches. The oldest iron bridge is the Darby's bridge that was built in Shropshire, England in 1779.
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