Tay Bridge disaster Scotland December Illustration taken from the Illustrated London News January entitled Steam launches and divers barge employed in the search Designed by the engineer Thomas Bouch and completed in the Tay Bridge was just under two miles in length and was considered the longest bridge in the world However it proved lacking in stability against wind loadings On December as the Edinburgh to Dundee train was crossing the bridge during strong gales the structure collapsed killing all passengers
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