Waterloo Bridge list description amended following research by ProBE Co-Director Dr Christine Wall
8 July 2015
The bridge, known to many Londoners as the ‘Ladies’ Bridge’, was built by contractor Peter Lind and Christine’s research, including an interview with the contractor’s daughter Betty Lind, has verified the story that women worked on the bridge during the war.
The news item was released on National Women in Engineering Day, Wednesday 23 June 2015 and was circulated widely in the press both online and in news items including BBC London Radio, BBC London, and London Live and the BBC website where you can still find it.
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