Person    | Male  Born 26/6/1824  Died 17/12/1907

Lord Kelvin

Categories: Science

Countries: Ireland, Scotland

Mathematical physicist and engineer. Born Belfast. His family moved to Glasgow when he was aged 11. Worked in thermodynamics and on the transatlantic cable. 1st Baron Kelvin. Died Largs Ayrshire.

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Lord Kelvin

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Lord Kelvin - SW1

Lord Kelvin, 1824 - 1907, physicist and inventor, lived here. English Heritage 

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Michael Faraday - N7 - M.F.

This extremely unusual memorial is a brass plate, only 4 or 5 inches across, ...

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Michael Faraday - N7 - plaque

This plaque was first erected in the Sandemanian Chapel, at the same time, 19...

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Shoreditch Electricity Station

Inaugurated by Lord Kelvin.

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