The women who rebuilt Waterloo Bridge

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The women who rebuilt Waterloo Bridge

Waterloo Bridge has been a fixture in the capital for almost 200 years. 

And recently new information has come to light about the women who helped to rebuild it during the Second World War. 

Today, the iconic landmark is being re-listed to highlight the efforts of Britain's forgotten builders. 

It's all part of Women in Engineering Day. 

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