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Engineering and Construction Gallery

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Choose from 72 pictures in our Engineering and Construction collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Historic England.


Tyne Bridge under construction EPW019820 Featured Engineering and Construction Print

Tyne Bridge under construction EPW019820

TYNE BRIDGE, Newcastle. Site of the new Tyne Bridge, photographed here in October 1927, a year before official opening of the bridge - the approaches are well underway. Also shown are Robert Stephenson's innovative High Level Bridge (1849), and the Swing Bridge (1876) funded by Armstrong to replace a stone bridge that obstructed river traffic. The original negative is damaged. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

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Great Eastern under construction AL0327_033_01 Featured Engineering and Construction Print

Great Eastern under construction AL0327_033_01

Millwall, London. Isambard Kingdom Brunel'??s steamship Great Eastern, built between 1854 and 1858, was by far the largest ship of her time with a gross tonnage of 18, 915. Designed to carry up to 4, 000 passengers between England, the Far East and Australia without refuelling, Great Eastern was the first ship to have a double-skinned hull. The construction of the vessel at Millwall attracted huge public interest, and it was famously photographed by Robert Howlett as well as by Joseph Cundall. Despite acute financial difficulties, and failed launches in November 1857, Great Eastern was eventually launched in January 1858. Joseph Cundall (1818-??95) albumen print from May 1855

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We built this IC048/063 Featured Engineering and Construction Print

We built this IC048/063

Hadrian's Wall. Reconstruction line drawing of two second-century Roman soldiers or Romano-British workers standing beside an inscribed building stone. This one is set into the south vallum wall (linear earthwork) at Benwell Vallum Crossing, near Benwell Roman Fort. Drawn by Philip Corke. c.1985 - c.2000. hadrian

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