Building    From 1825 

first thoroughfare under a navigable river in the world

Categories: Engineering, Transport

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first thoroughfare under a navigable river in the world

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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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Thames Tunnel - Rotherhithe

International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark Thames Tunnel constructed 1...

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William Thomas Carson McReynolds

William Thomas Carson McReynolds

Junior 6th Engineer on the RMS Titanic. A full résumé of his life can be found on the Encyclopedia Titanica website. He is also commemorated on the Engineers Memorial, Andrews East Park, Above Bar...

Person, Engineering, Tragedy, Ireland

1 memorial
John Bateman

John Bateman

Born near Halifax. Civil engineer. Built canals and reservoirs. Died at home, Moor Park, Farnham. Uncle to Charles La Trobe (1801-75), who travelled widely and became Governor of the colony of Vic...

Person, Engineering

1 memorial
Sir William Henry White

Sir William Henry White

2014: Via Facebook Martin Evans suggests this man for the name panel at IC.  His close links with IC are indicated by him becoming a governor at the same time that the building was being erected.  ...

Person, Engineering

1 memorial
Sir Owen Williams

Sir Owen Williams

Engineer. Born Evan Owen Williams. He was appointed chief consulting civil engineer to the British Empire Exhibition in Wembley. Later he was the principal engineer for the Gravelly Hill Interchang...

Person, Engineering

2 memorials
Duffield sluice

Duffield sluice

This was part of the drainage system that kept the south bank free from flooding. The ground being very close to river level it was necessary to have a gate, or sluice-gate, across the drainage pip...

Place, Engineering

1 memorial