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Engineering Gallery

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Choose from 193 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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Tyne shipyard EAW010662
Tyne shipyard EAW010662
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Traction Engine BAR03_01_030
Traction Engine BAR03_01_030
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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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Arrol Gantry, Belfast BL20480
Arrol Gantry, Belfast BL20480
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Barton Swing Aqueduct AA98_05171
Barton Swing Aqueduct AA98_05171
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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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Barrow-in-Furness EAW019736
Barrow-in-Furness EAW019736
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Arrol Gantry, Belfast BL20480 Featured Image

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

Wearside shipyard EAW001030
Wearside shipyard EAW001030
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Building Rotherhithe Tunnel BB99_06816
Building Rotherhithe Tunnel BB99_06816
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Motorway junction JEH_22028_89
Motorway junction JEH_22028_89
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Sizewell A and foundations of Sizewell B JLP01_11_35184_02
Sizewell A and foundations of Sizewell B JLP01_11_35184_02
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Portishead B Power Station JLP01_10_05338
Portishead B Power Station JLP01_10_05338
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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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Oil rig on the move JLP01_10_01378
Oil rig on the move JLP01_10_01378
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Building the Dome  OP04076
Building the Dome OP04076
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Constructing the Mersey Tunnel  MTA01_02_04
Constructing the Mersey Tunnel MTA01_02_04
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Constructing the Mersey tunnel  MTA01_02_03
Constructing the Mersey tunnel MTA01_02_03
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Building the Dome  OP04076 Featured Image

Building the Dome OP04076

Festival of Britain, South Bank Exhibition, Dome of Discovery, Chicheley Street, South Bank, Lambeth, Greater London. The partially constructed Dome of Discovery on the South Bank, with County Hall behind, and the roof of the Transport Pavilion in the foreground.
The original caption reads: "Progress picture of construction work on 1951 Exhibition, South Bank, London. View of Dome of Discovery showing aluminium alloy arches to support aluminium roof. Part of Transport Pavilion is in foreground."
The Dome of Discovery was designed by Ralph Tubbs. The building was a temporary structure using reinforced concrete and aluminium. At the time it was the largest aluminium structure ever erected, and was also the biggest dome in the world. It measured 365 ft in diameter, and was alsmost 100 ft high.

© Historic England Archive

Opening ceremony  MTA01_01_34
Opening ceremony MTA01_01_34
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Royal opening  MTA01_01_35
Royal opening MTA01_01_35
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Newly finished tunnel  MTA01_01_32
Newly finished tunnel MTA01_01_32
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Newly finished tunnel  MTA01_01_30
Newly finished tunnel MTA01_01_30
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Ventilation station construction  MTA01_01_26
Ventilation station construction MTA01_01_26
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Constructing the tunnel  MTA01_01_23
Constructing the tunnel MTA01_01_23
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Cast iron tunnel lining  MTA01_01_16
Cast iron tunnel lining MTA01_01_16
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Subsidence prevention  MTA01_01_17
Subsidence prevention MTA01_01_17
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Excavating a junction chamber  MTA01_01_13
Excavating a junction chamber MTA01_01_13
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Grummetting and tightening  MTA01_01_11
Grummetting and tightening MTA01_01_11
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Excavating the lower half  MTA01_01_10
Excavating the lower half MTA01_01_10
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Beneath the road deck  MTA01_01_06
Beneath the road deck MTA01_01_06
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Beneath the road deck  MTA01_01_06 Featured Image

Beneath the road deck MTA01_01_06

QUEENSWAY TUNNEL, LIVERPOOL, Merseyside. Workmen standing in the bottom part of the the partially constructed Queensway Tunnel, beneath an experimental length of reinforced concrete, which would form the roadway.
The print is annotated: 'Contract No. 2', and 'Experimental Length of Reinforced Concrete'.

© Historic England Archive

Experimental roadway  MTA01_01_05
Experimental roadway MTA01_01_05
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Concrete block lining  MTA01_01_02
Concrete block lining MTA01_01_02
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Restoring Gorhambury  33904_045
Restoring Gorhambury 33904_045
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Restoring Gorhambury  33904_030
Restoring Gorhambury 33904_030
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Manchester Central Public Library  BWS01_01_44
Manchester Central Public Library BWS01_01_44
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Manchester Central Public Library  BWS01_01_48
Manchester Central Public Library BWS01_01_48
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Manchester Central Public Library  BWS01_01_43
Manchester Central Public Library BWS01_01_43
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Manchester Central Public Library  BWS01_01_42
Manchester Central Public Library BWS01_01_42
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Manchester Central Public Library  BWS01_01_41
Manchester Central Public Library BWS01_01_41
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Manchester Central Public Library  BWS01_01_39
Manchester Central Public Library BWS01_01_39
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Manchester Central Public Library  BWS01_01_40
Manchester Central Public Library BWS01_01_40
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Geological Museum  BWS01_01_08
Geological Museum BWS01_01_08
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