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The construction of roads and streets. In two parts. I. The art of constructing common roads, by Henry Law, C.E. Revised and condensed by D. Kinnear Clark, C.E. II. Recent practice in the construction of roads and streets including pavements of stone, wood, and asphalte, by D. Kinnear Clark.

Main Author: Law, Henry.
Related Names: Clark, D. K. d. 1896.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Crosby, Lockwood & co., 1887.
Note: Appendices: I. On rolling new-made roads. By General Sir J. F. Burgoyne. II. Extracts from "Report on the economy of road maintenance and horse-draft through steam-rolling, with special reference to the metropolis." By F. A. Paget. III. Extract from the report of Colonel Haywood, engineer and surveyor to the commissioners of sewers, city of London, on the condition of wood and asphalte carriage-way pavements, on the 1st February, 1877.
Physical Description: xii, 345 p. illus. 19 cm.
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