Plaque

Parsons Library

Inscription

1854 - 1931
This library is dedicated to Sir Charles Parsons, scientist and engineer who in the XIX century invented and perfected the compound steam turbine.
The memory of the great is enshrined in books.

Site: Parsons Library (1 memorial)

WC1, Guilford Street, London House

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Parsons Library

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compound steam turbine

Invented by Sir Charles Parsons.

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Sir Charles Parsons

Scientist and engineer. Designed marine turbines. Born 13 Connaught Place, H...

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