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Choose from 140 pictures in our Engineering collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


North Shields Docks EAW005502
North Shields Docks EAW005502
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South Shields Shipyard EAW008937
South Shields Shipyard EAW008937
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Traction Engine BAR03_01_030
Traction Engine BAR03_01_030
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Tyne shipyard EAW010662
Tyne shipyard EAW010662
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Spaghetti Junction EAW220279
Spaghetti Junction EAW220279
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Building Rotherhithe Tunnel BB99_06817
Building Rotherhithe Tunnel BB99_06817
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Moving the earth JLP01_10_00113
Moving the earth JLP01_10_00113
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Barton Swing Aqueduct AA98_05171
Barton Swing Aqueduct AA98_05171
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Barrow-in-Furness EAW019736
Barrow-in-Furness EAW019736
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Arrol Gantry, Belfast BL20480
Arrol Gantry, Belfast BL20480
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Crewe Locomotive Works OP03596
Crewe Locomotive Works OP03596
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Shipyard at Birkenhead EAW030649
Shipyard at Birkenhead EAW030649
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Arrol Gantry, Belfast BL20480 Featured Print

Arrol Gantry, Belfast BL20480

The Arrol Gantry and crane at Harland and Wolff Heavy Industries shipyard on Queen's Island, Belfast, Northern Ireland. This enormous gantry, measuring 840 feet long and over 200 feet high, was built by Sir William Arrol & Co of Glasgow to Harland & Wolff's designs. It was erected along with two new slipways in order to construct three new transatlantic liners for the White Star Line; RMS Olympic, HMHS Britannic and the infamous RMS Titanic. Photographed in March 1909 by Bedford Lemere and Company

© Historic England Archive

Motorway junction JEH_22028_89
Motorway junction JEH_22028_89
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Building Rotherhithe Tunnel BB99_06816
Building Rotherhithe Tunnel BB99_06816
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Oil rig on the move JLP01_10_01378
Oil rig on the move JLP01_10_01378
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Baltimore Tower under construction 29227_029
Baltimore Tower under construction 29227_029
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Concrete train JLP01_10_01813
Concrete train JLP01_10_01813
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Regents Park Mosque JLP01_10_04302
Regents Park Mosque JLP01_10_04302
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Tees Bridge 34008_018
Tees Bridge 34008_018
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Precast concrete JLP01_09_781447
Precast concrete JLP01_09_781447
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Factory interior JLP01_08_023335
Factory interior JLP01_08_023335
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Diver JLP01_08_077160
Diver JLP01_08_077160
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Pipelaying JLP01_08_077164
Pipelaying JLP01_08_077164
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Thrust boring JLP01_08_077158
Thrust boring JLP01_08_077158
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Factory interior JLP01_08_023335 Featured Print

Factory interior JLP01_08_023335

Murphy Radio Factory, Bessemer Road, Welwyn Garden City, Welwyn Hatfield, Hertfordshire. The interior of the Production Shop at the Murphy Radio Factory, showing the glazed clerestory of a cantilever shell concrete roof above one of the bays.
Construction of the new 300,000 square foot Murphy Radio Factory began in October 1953. The first contract was for the production shop, boiler house, annexes, roads, drainage and external site work. The production shop featured roofs of cantilever shell concrete spanning the width of the building in 3 bays, while the length was comprised of fifteen bays each 180 foot in length and 30 feet wide. The roofs had clerestories of glazing facing east and west in order to maximise the daylight which reached working areas. Inside the building, service ducts were located under the valleys of the roof. This photograph was published in the March 1955 edition of Laing's Team Spirit newsletter.

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection

Pipelaying JLP01_08_076891
Pipelaying JLP01_08_076891
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Welding JLP01_08_076889
Welding JLP01_08_076889
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Pipelaying JLP01_08_076876
Pipelaying JLP01_08_076876
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Pipeline parking  JLP01_08_076835B
Pipeline parking JLP01_08_076835B
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Fault detector JLP01_08_076822
Fault detector JLP01_08_076822
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Wrapping and sealing JLP01_08_076816
Wrapping and sealing JLP01_08_076816
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Gas pipeline JLP01_08_076813
Gas pipeline JLP01_08_076813
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Gas pipeline JLP01_08_076811
Gas pipeline JLP01_08_076811
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Stringer bead weld JLP01_08_076809
Stringer bead weld JLP01_08_076809
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Pneumatic clamp JLP01_08_076807
Pneumatic clamp JLP01_08_076807
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Pipelaying JLP01_10_00159
Pipelaying JLP01_10_00159
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Pneumatic clamp JLP01_10_09124
Pneumatic clamp JLP01_10_09124
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Pneumatic clamp JLP01_08_076807 Featured Print

Pneumatic clamp JLP01_08_076807

NORFOLK. A team of men working on the lining up operation of the Fens gas pipeline, showing the internal pneumatic clamp for locking steel pipes together.
Work on laying the Fens gas pipeline started in June 1967 and was a joint venture between Laing Civil Engineering and French companies Entrepose and Grands Travaux de Marseille (GTM) for the Gas Council. Over 600 men worked on the project to lay 36 inch diameter steel pipes starting at West Winch in Norfolk and running to where it linked up with the next contract at Woodcroft Castle in Cambridgeshire. The pipeline crossed four rivers and numerous dykes and ditches. This photograph was published in September 1967 in the Laing monthly newsletter 'Team Spirit'.

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection

Pipeline installation JLP01_10_09476
Pipeline installation JLP01_10_09476
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Welding JLP01_10_09121a
Welding JLP01_10_09121a
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Oil platform JLP01_09_752243
Oil platform JLP01_09_752243
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Cranes JLP01_08_096485
Cranes JLP01_08_096485
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Cranes  JLP01_08_096482
Cranes JLP01_08_096482
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Cranes JLP01_08_093455A
Cranes JLP01_08_093455A
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Cranes JLP01_08_093454
Cranes JLP01_08_093454
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Cranes JLP01_08_093437
Cranes JLP01_08_093437
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Crane lift director JLP01_08_093216A
Crane lift director JLP01_08_093216A
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Graythorp basin JLP01_08_093188E
Graythorp basin JLP01_08_093188E
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Graythorp basin JLP01_08_093188D
Graythorp basin JLP01_08_093188D
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Cutting tubes JLP01_08_093175
Cutting tubes JLP01_08_093175
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