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Concrete bridges only started to appear widely in the early 20th century. Early examples include:
- The second oldest concrete bridge in Finland, built 1912 and named humorously as Savisilta (clay bridge) is located in Ylivieska. (picture 1).
- Glenfinnan Viaduct, Scotland (constructed 1897-1901)
- A concrete bridge that was built over the River Axe in 1877.
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