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Civil Engineering Gallery

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Choose from 196 pictures in our Civil Engineering collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The rebuilding of Waterloo Bridge, London, 1934, (1935). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

The rebuilding of Waterloo Bridge, London, 1934, (1935). Creator: Unknown

The rebuilding of Waterloo Bridge, London, 1934, (1935). London County Council demolished the old bridge which was damaged, and commissioned a new structure designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. The project was placed on hold due to the Second World War. The only Thames bridge to have been damaged by German bombers during the war, it was not fully completed until 1945. From "The Silver Jubilee Book - The Story of 25 Eventful Years in Pictures". [Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1935]

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James Brindley, 18th century English civil engineer and canal builder, (1836). Artist: JT Wedgwood Featured Print

James Brindley, 18th century English civil engineer and canal builder, (1836). Artist: JT Wedgwood

James Brindley, 18th century English civil engineer and canal builder, (1836). Brindley (1716-1772) rests a hand on a theodolite and points to the aqueduct over the Irwell on the Worsley to Manchester (Bridgewater) canal. He became an engineer, inventing a water engine for draining a coalmine in 1752. In 1759, after seeing Brindley's design for a silk mill, Francis Egerton, the Duke of Bridgewater, employed him to build the canal between Worsley and Manchester. After its completion in 1772, he went on to build the Grand Trunk, Birmingham and Chesterfield canals. Although illiterate all his life, Brindley constructed 365 miles of canals. Engraving after a portrait by Francis Parsons (fl1763-1783). (Colorised black and white print)

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Excavating a tube railway, Great Northern and City Railway, London, c1903 (1903). Artist: Pearson & Son Ltd Featured Print

Excavating a tube railway, Great Northern and City Railway, London, c1903 (1903). Artist: Pearson & Son Ltd

Excavating a tube railway: at work in the shield, Great Northern and City Railway, London, c1903 (1903). The Great Northern & City Railway constructed underground tunnels to allow electrified trains to run from Finsbury Park to Moorgate opening in 1904 and was bought in 1913 by the Metropolitan Railway. The large underground tunnels accommodated a large mainline train unlike the tube network and became the foundation for the Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines. From Living London, Vol. III, by George R. Sims. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 1903]

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