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Mathematical Bridge

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The Mathematical Bridge in Cambridge is famous for its unusual design.  Although it appears to be an arch, the bridge is built entirely of straight timbers.  Its component pieces are arranged at tangents that create a strong, self-supporting structure when pressure is applied to them all together.  Originally built in 1749, it has been rebuilt […]



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To celebrate the birth of the new Prince of Cambridge, yesterday, 22nd July 2013, here is a post on the city that is his namesake. I had to leave Mumbai to find more work, but once I got home to Cambridgeshire I decided to continue looking at places with the eyes of a traveller, even […]