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Cement Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 11 pictures in our Cement collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Cement Head Stone, c. 1937. Creator: Majel G. Claflin
Cement Head Stone, c. 1937. Creator: Majel G. Claflin
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Leisure Moments at Westerham, c1930s, (1945). Creator: Unknown
Leisure Moments at Westerham, c1930s, (1945). Creator: Unknown
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The Builder, from Four and Twenty Toilers, pub. 1900 (colour lithograph)
The Builder, from Four and Twenty Toilers, pub. 1900 (colour lithograph)
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Cement materials, 1963. Artist: Michael Walters
Cement materials, 1963. Artist: Michael Walters
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Eternit Asbestos-Cement Roofing Material Factory, Barranquilla, c1940s
Eternit Asbestos-Cement Roofing Material Factory, Barranquilla, c1940s
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Builders outside Moscow, Russia, c1890. Artist: Gillot
Builders outside Moscow, Russia, c1890. Artist: Gillot
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Cement manufacturing (From: The Construction of the Saint Isaacs Cathedral), 1845
Cement manufacturing (From: The Construction of the Saint Isaacs Cathedral), 1845
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Lime kilns, 1872
Lime kilns, 1872
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Construction of the Thames Tunnel, London, 1825-1843
Construction of the Thames Tunnel, London, 1825-1843
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Hadrians Villa
Hadrians Villa
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Hadrians Villa, a complex of buildings, gardens and pools stretching for over a
Hadrians Villa, a complex of buildings, gardens and pools stretching for over a
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Construction of the Thames Tunnel, London, 1825-1843 Featured Image

Construction of the Thames Tunnel, London, 1825-1843

Construction of the Thames Tunnel, London, 1825-1843. Section of Marc Isambard Brunel's tunnel showing men at work in the tunneling shield (right) while others take away spoil. The picture also shows the construction of the arched masonry lining using Roman cement behind the shield. The shield, which allowed 12 men to excavate at the tunnel face simultaneously, was patented by Brunel in 1818. The Thames Tunnel, connecting Wapping and Rotherhithe, was the first underwater tunnel in the world. Completed as a foot tunnel in 1843, it was converted to a railway tunnel for the East London Railway in the 1860s. Constructed in 1825-1843, it is still used by the London Underground today. Isambard Kingdom Brunel acted as site engineer

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