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Brunel's Engine House Brunel's Engine House

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Alan Patient of

Plaque: Brunel's Engine House


Brunel's engine house
The tunnel shaft and pumping house for Marc Brunel's tunnel was constructed between 1825 and 1843. This was the first thoroughfare under a navigable river in the world. 
{The image at the top is the London Docklands Development Corporation logo:} 

Site: Brunel's Engine House (1 memorial)

SE16, Railway Avenue, Brunel Engine Museum

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Brunel's Engine House

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Brunel's Engine House

The engine house was designed by Marc Brunel to be part of the infrastructure...

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Sir Marc Isambard Brunel

Civil Engineer, born Hacqueville, Normandy, France. Educated in France, but f...

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Brunel's Thames Tunnel

The first tunnel in the world under a navigable river. Built between 1825 and...

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Brunel's Engine House

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London Docklands Development Corporation

We did not initially recognise this logo, on at least 8 plaques in the Surrey...

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