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Thomas William Henry Harrison Moseley (November 28, 1813 – March 10, 1880) was a builder and designer of wrought-iron arch bridges. He is best known for his "Wrought-Iron Lattice Girder Bridge" patent of August 30, 1870. The only known surviving example of this type of bridge structure is the Hares Hill Road Bridge located in Chester County, Pennsylvania.

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  • Thomas William Henry Harrison Moseley est un constructeur de ponts américain, né prés de Mount Sterling (Kentucky) le 28 novembre 1813, et mort à Scranton (Pennsylvanie) le 10 mars 1880 (à 66 ans).
  • Thomas William Henry Harrison Moseley (November 28, 1813 – March 10, 1880) was a builder and designer of wrought-iron arch bridges. He is best known for his "Wrought-Iron Lattice Girder Bridge" patent of August 30, 1870. The only known surviving example of this type of bridge structure is the Hares Hill Road Bridge located in Chester County, Pennsylvania.
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  • Thomas William Henry Harrison Moseley est un constructeur de ponts américain, né prés de Mount Sterling (Kentucky) le 28 novembre 1813, et mort à Scranton (Pennsylvanie) le 10 mars 1880 (à 66 ans).
  • Thomas William Henry Harrison Moseley (November 28, 1813 – March 10, 1880) was a builder and designer of wrought-iron arch bridges. He is best known for his "Wrought-Iron Lattice Girder Bridge" patent of August 30, 1870. The only known surviving example of this type of bridge structure is the Hares Hill Road Bridge located in Chester County, Pennsylvania.
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