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Geological Museum  BWS01_01_11
Geological Museum BWS01_01_11
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Geological Museum  BWS01_01_09
Geological Museum BWS01_01_09
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Geological Museum  BWS01_01_07
Geological Museum BWS01_01_07
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Geological Museum  BWS01_01_04
Geological Museum BWS01_01_04
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Geological Museum  BWS01_01_05
Geological Museum BWS01_01_05
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Geological Museum  BWS01_01_03
Geological Museum BWS01_01_03
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Clock mechanism DP249078
Clock mechanism DP249078
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Mersey Gateway Bridge 33146_037
Mersey Gateway Bridge 33146_037
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Roundtree House DES01_01_0111
Roundtree House DES01_01_0111
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Battersea Power Station 33460_032
Battersea Power Station 33460_032
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Upgrading the line OP04913
Upgrading the line OP04913
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Flyovers AA083828
Flyovers AA083828
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Geological Museum  BWS01_01_11 Featured Image

Geological Museum BWS01_01_11

Geological Museum, Exhibition Road, Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea, Greater London. A view of the front, east elevation of the Geological Museum during construction, showing the steel frames, with workmen standing at the top of the structure.
The Geological Museum moved from its site on Jermyn Street to this new building on Exhibition Road in 1935. The new museum was designed by Sir Richard Allison and John Hatton Markham of H M Office of Works. The steel frames used in the construction of the building were manufactured by Banister, Walton and Co Ltd. The Geological Museum subsequently became part of the Natural History Museum

© Historic England Archive

Neptune Energy Park Walker DP174618
Neptune Energy Park Walker DP174618
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Shipping on the Avon BB89_03975
Shipping on the Avon BB89_03975
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Shipyard at Goole EAW030613
Shipyard at Goole EAW030613
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Crewe Locomotive Works OP03599
Crewe Locomotive Works OP03599
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Crewe Locomotive Works OP03587
Crewe Locomotive Works OP03587
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Limehouse Basin lat01_001_02
Limehouse Basin lat01_001_02
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Railway works OP04912
Railway works OP04912
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Millbrook Proving Ground 18944_05
Millbrook Proving Ground 18944_05
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Cranes over the YMCA JLP01_08_099331
Cranes over the YMCA JLP01_08_099331
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Birmingham Maglev JLP01_09_832036
Birmingham Maglev JLP01_09_832036
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Opening of Coryton Refinery JLP01_08_021310
Opening of Coryton Refinery JLP01_08_021310
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Opening of Coryton Refinery JLP01_08_021308
Opening of Coryton Refinery JLP01_08_021308
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Cranes over the YMCA JLP01_08_099331 Featured Image

Cranes over the YMCA JLP01_08_099331

Central London YMCA, Great Russell Street, Camden, Greater London. The construction of the eastern three tower blocks of the Central London YMCA, showing cranes atop and alongside the structure, viewed over rooftops from the east.
It was announced in February 1971 that Laing had started work on a new building at Central London YMCA, to replace an existing building which had opened in the 1910s. The project comprised four residential towers between 6 and 12 storeys high, above a podium and basements. The towers would accommodate 1,200 residents in over 700 single and double bedrooms; staff would be accommodated in penthouse suits on the top of the three lower towers. The towers were built on a two-storey podium containing restaurants, offices, a public library, and shops. Beneath the buildings were basements 16 metres below street level, for car parks, a swimming pool, a gymnasium, a sports hall, and a conference centre. The basements and podium, which were built using reinforced concrete and structural steel, comprised Phase I of the project; the podium was built onto the foundation piles before the basements had been excavated. Construction of the towers began earlier than originally planned: excavated material was removed from the basements using conveyors rather than mounting cranes onto the podium frame, on which the towers were to be built. The towers were clad in 2,000 precast concrete panels and had deeply moulded white concrete window panels, both of which were manufactured by John Laing Concrete in Princes Risborough. The towers were built in Phase II and the building was completed in 1977. A cropped version of this photograph was published in the January 1975 edition of Team Spirit, Laing's newsletter

© Historic England Archive

Barlaston pipeline JLP01_08_084420
Barlaston pipeline JLP01_08_084420
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Dover EAW317159
Dover EAW317159
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Shipyard at Southampton EPW020528
Shipyard at Southampton EPW020528
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Crewe Locomotive Works OP03590
Crewe Locomotive Works OP03590
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Band-e Kaisar, Iran XAWAB0244
Band-e Kaisar, Iran XAWAB0244
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Limehouse Basin lat01_001_01
Limehouse Basin lat01_001_01
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Crossing a canal JLP01_08_084424
Crossing a canal JLP01_08_084424
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Steep climb JLP01_08_084446
Steep climb JLP01_08_084446
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Steep climb JLP01_08_084445
Steep climb JLP01_08_084445
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Constructing a clear span JLP01_08_090832
Constructing a clear span JLP01_08_090832
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Roof for Watneys JLP01_08_081875
Roof for Watneys JLP01_08_081875
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Skidding oil tanks JLP01_08_022844
Skidding oil tanks JLP01_08_022844
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Steep climb JLP01_08_084445

STAFFORDSHIRE. A view of the work being carried out to install the Barlaston pipeline against a steep and unstable embankment beside the A34 dual carriageway.
The contract for the Barlaston gas pipeline was awarded to Laing Pipelines in January 1970. The pipeline ran for approximately 29 miles from Uffington, near Shrewsbury, to Barlaston in North Staffordshire. Along the route there were 61 crossings, including under the M6, the main electric railway from Euston to Crew, two canals and six rivers, and a steep climb alongside the A34 dual carriageway near Barlaston. This photograph shows where the pipeline emerges from beneath the road and then bends at a 45% angle to climb up the embankment

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection

Reactor dome JLP01_11_54331_12
Reactor dome JLP01_11_54331_12
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Working on the reactor dome JLP01_11_54002_12
Working on the reactor dome JLP01_11_54002_12
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Reactor building JLP01_11_53921_06
Reactor building JLP01_11_53921_06
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Reactor building JLP01_11_53920_10
Reactor building JLP01_11_53920_10
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Steel lining JLP01_11_52397_06
Steel lining JLP01_11_52397_06
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Steel lining JLP01_11_47191_02
Steel lining JLP01_11_47191_02
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Reactor building JLP01_11_42553_06
Reactor building JLP01_11_42553_06
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Reactor containment building JLP01_11_42552_05
Reactor containment building JLP01_11_42552_05
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Steel liner for the dome JLP01_10_49267
Steel liner for the dome JLP01_10_49267
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Steel liner for the dome JLP01_10_49262
Steel liner for the dome JLP01_10_49262
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Pipe welders JLP01_10_16308
Pipe welders JLP01_10_16308
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Pipe welders JLP01_08_080354
Pipe welders JLP01_08_080354
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