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Rice and Son

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Rice and Son

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First state-aided housing in Islington

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Bentley Motor Car

Bentley Motor Car

Walter Owen Bentley (1888 - 1971), "W. O." to his friends, founded Bentley Motors Limited. The chassis for the first model (3 litres) was exhibited at the London Motor Show in October 1919. By Dece...

Vehicle, Engineering, Transport

2 memorials
Dial Square

Dial Square

This arch overlooked Dial Square, named for the sundial in the centre. It is the site of the Royal Gun Factories where gun barrels were bored out. In 1886, the workers here formed a football club -...

Place, Engineering

1 memorial
Robert Mylne

Robert Mylne

Architect. Born Edinburgh. Returned from a Grand Tour to London in 1759. Won the competition to build Blackfriars Bridge, including the approach roads from the north and the south, each with a squa...

Person, Architecture, Engineering, Scotland

1 memorial
Brunel's Engine House

Brunel's Engine House

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 h...

Building, Engineering

1 memorial
William Lindley

William Lindley

Civil engineer. Born at 1 Surrey Square, Old Kent Road. In his youth, he worked with Marc Isambard Brunel and Francis Giles. In Germany he became involved in the development of railways. With his s...

Person, Engineering, Germany

1 memorial