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Brunel's Engine House

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Brunel's Engine House

Building  From 1825 

Categories: Engineering

The engine house was designed by Marc Brunel to be part of the infrastructure of his Thames tunnel. It held steam-powered pumps used to extract water from the excavations. Since 1961 the building has been used as a museum displaying information on the construction of the tunnel and other projects by the Brunels.

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Brunel's Engine House

Brunel's engine house The tunnel shaft and pumping house for Marc Brunel's tu...

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