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Railway goods shed, Rainham c.1860 IC277_001
Railway goods shed, Rainham c.1860 IC277_001
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Rover Car Factory, Solihull JLP01_01_045_33
Rover Car Factory, Solihull JLP01_01_045_33
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Cammell Laird shipyard at Birkenhead BL22201_002
Cammell Laird shipyard at Birkenhead BL22201_002
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Morgan factory DP139433
Morgan factory DP139433
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Ironbridge Gorge 21131_07
Ironbridge Gorge 21131_07
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Steel production, Barnsley BL22301_002
Steel production, Barnsley BL22301_002
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Cammell Laird shipyard at Birkenhead BL22201_011A
Cammell Laird shipyard at Birkenhead BL22201_011A
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Cyclops Works, Sheffield BL22301_010
Cyclops Works, Sheffield BL22301_010
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Arrol Gantry, Belfast BL20480
Arrol Gantry, Belfast BL20480
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Burnley DES01_01_0497
Burnley DES01_01_0497
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Sheffield 17567_19
Sheffield 17567_19
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Cammell Laird shipyard at Birkenhead BL22201_003
Cammell Laird shipyard at Birkenhead BL22201_003
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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

Decommissioned oil rig DP249057
Decommissioned oil rig DP249057
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Podium building JLP01_10_06299
Podium building JLP01_10_06299
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Wills factory complex JLP01_10_05420
Wills factory complex JLP01_10_05420
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Wills factory complex JLP01_10_05422
Wills factory complex JLP01_10_05422
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Conveyor tunnel JLP01_09_753486
Conveyor tunnel JLP01_09_753486
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Ore handling area JLP01_09_753493
Ore handling area JLP01_09_753493
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Welders at work JLP01_09_753492
Welders at work JLP01_09_753492
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Conveyor JLP01_09_753487
Conveyor JLP01_09_753487
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Making iron lungs med01_01_0323
Making iron lungs med01_01_0323
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Vickers at Brooklands EPW056377
Vickers at Brooklands EPW056377
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Luton Hat Factory EPW035119
Luton Hat Factory EPW035119
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English Electric Company EPW033956
English Electric Company EPW033956
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Podium building JLP01_10_06299 Featured Image

Podium building JLP01_10_06299

WD AND HO WILLS, WHITCHURCH LANE, CITY OF BRISTOL. The podium building, bridging the artificial lake, and the office block above it at the Wills tobacco factory at Hartcliffe, Bristol.
Both the office building and the factory itself were constructed from Cor-Ten steel frames, Cor-Ten steel was pre-weathered to produce a russet brown patina which would in theory harmonise with the landscaping. The use of Cor-Ten steel for the bold exposed frame of the office building is given as one of the principal justifications awarding it Grade II listed status in May 2000. The building was converted into flats in around 2007 whilst the factory itself had been demolished in 1999.
The podium building that the office block sits above housed various amenities for the factory employees, shops, restaurants and even a cinema. This was in response to a survey that Wills undertook and to compensate for the out of town location of the new factory compared to the Southville and Bedminster sites that it replaced

© Historic England Archive

Blacksmiths, Gloucestershire AA054054
Blacksmiths, Gloucestershire AA054054
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Bedlam Furnaces IC146_014
Bedlam Furnaces IC146_014
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Kidderminster workshops AA99_05229
Kidderminster workshops AA99_05229
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Shadwell Quarry 21551_23
Shadwell Quarry 21551_23
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Brine clarification plant JLP01_08_087404
Brine clarification plant JLP01_08_087404
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Salt factory JLP01_08_089431
Salt factory JLP01_08_089431
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Constructing the A500 JLP01_08_092215
Constructing the A500 JLP01_08_092215
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Bentley Grange shaft mounds 20721_047
Bentley Grange shaft mounds 20721_047
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Final adjustments JLP01_08_073708
Final adjustments JLP01_08_073708
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Housemans Shaft Engine House at South Phoenix Mine DES01_02_010
Housemans Shaft Engine House at South Phoenix Mine DES01_02_010
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Andresey Bridge and Bass Old Brewery DES01_04_0882
Andresey Bridge and Bass Old Brewery DES01_04_0882
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Iron Age ironworks, Exmoor 18335_12
Iron Age ironworks, Exmoor 18335_12
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Housemans Shaft Engine House at South Phoenix Mine DES01_02_010 Featured Image

Housemans Shaft Engine House at South Phoenix Mine DES01_02_010

The roofless shell of Houseman's Shaft Engine House at South Phoenix Mine, Minions, Linkinhorne, Cornwall. List entry number: 1140490. Photographed by Eileen Deste. Date range 1960-1976. The mine was originally opened as Wheal Prosper in the 1830s. In 1836 it was amalgamated with other small mines to form the Cornwall Great United Mines and was later renamed Wheal Phoenix and then South Phoenix. Copper was originally mined at the site, although, as reserves of this dimished, the mine changed to extracting tin. This engine house was added to the site in the mid-19th century. The mine closed in the early 20th century and the engine house in now the Minions Heritage Centre

© Historic England Archive

Precast concrete JLP01_09_781447
Precast concrete JLP01_09_781447
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Pesticides filling hall JLP01_09_832103
Pesticides filling hall JLP01_09_832103
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Portishead B Power Station JLP01_10_06741
Portishead B Power Station JLP01_10_06741
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Diver JLP01_08_010871a
Diver JLP01_08_010871a
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Climbing a piling frame JLP01_08_008728
Climbing a piling frame JLP01_08_008728
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Plymouth B Power Station JLP01_08_008717
Plymouth B Power Station JLP01_08_008717
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Laying foundations JLP01_08_000860
Laying foundations JLP01_08_000860
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Working at height JLP01_01_089_55
Working at height JLP01_01_089_55
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Site for Plymouth B Power Station JLP01_01_089_39
Site for Plymouth B Power Station JLP01_01_089_39
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Oil refinery JLP01_10_08883
Oil refinery JLP01_10_08883
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Platform substructure JLP01_11_38577_06
Platform substructure JLP01_11_38577_06
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Erecting a crane JLP01_10_01067
Erecting a crane JLP01_10_01067
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