Culvert On River

Culvert On River

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Culverts on crossing of river Feccia between San Galgano and Pentolina.

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Hans G. Oberlack

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Culvert

Culvert is a structure, usually of tunnel type that carries a stream or open drain under a road, railroad or any other obstruction from one side to the other side. Materials which can be used for culverts include a reinforced concrete, pipe or other material that have good performance when is embedded and surrounded by soil.

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