Sheffield Daily Telegraph – Friday 25 July 1890
A New Bridge at Conisborough.
ln connection with the Denaby Main Colliery Company new undertaking at Cadeby a new iron bridge for vehicular and passenger traffic, will shortly be thrown over the river Don at a point a little below Kilner Bros., glass bottle works, and giving communication between the Conisborough and the Cadeby side of the water.
The bridge, which weighs 25 tons, and is feet span, has been built on the bank side, and is now ready for being placed into position. It will rest on cast-iron pillars.
Some delay is being caused by reason of negotiations with the M.S. and L. Railway Company.