This is a single suspension bridge from my historical inventory of suspension bridges.
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|Montrose, Scotland, United Kingdom (South Esk River)|
|Principals:||Sir Samuel Brown|
|Main cables:||Chain (iron)|
- SBR: March 19, 1830, with a "crowd of people, estimated at 700, ... watching a boat race," a chain broke "plunging most of the people into the river." Repaired. Wrecked by storm 1838. Repaired.
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