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Box Tunnel 27463_016
Box Tunnel 27463_016
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Carn Euny Ancient Village N160024
Carn Euny Ancient Village N160024
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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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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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Ventilation station construction  MTA01_01_26 Featured Image

Ventilation station construction MTA01_01_26

QUEENSWAY TUNNEL, LIVERPOOL, Merseyside. Interior view of the Queensway Tunnel during construction, showing men working on the Brethren Buildings Ventilation Station.
The print is annotated: Contract No. 4, and Bretherton Buildings Ventilation Station. Exhaust Ducts and Receiver Tunnel'

© Historic England Archive

1930s, Birkenhead, Construction, Engineering, Labourer, Liverpool, Mersey Tunnel, People, Queensway Tunnel, Tunnel, Underground, Work, Workmen

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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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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Tunnel DP263451
Tunnel DP263451
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Conveyor tunnel JLP01_09_753486
Conveyor tunnel JLP01_09_753486
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Shaft for column foundations JLP01_08_083512
Shaft for column foundations JLP01_08_083512
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Shaft for column foundations JLP01_08_083513
Shaft for column foundations JLP01_08_083513
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Passage JLP01_10_51508
Passage JLP01_10_51508
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Train ride JLP01_08_021679
Train ride JLP01_08_021679
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Shaft for column foundations JLP01_08_083513 Featured Image

Shaft for column foundations JLP01_08_083513

HEATHROW AIRPORT, B E A SERVICING HANGAR, HEATHROW, HILLINGDON, GREATER LONDON. A man looking upwards in a 75ft shaft lined with reinforcement steel, part of the foundations of the BEA aircraft servicing hangar at Heathrow Airport.
In October 1969 Laing announced that its Industrial Engineering Branch had been awarded a contract for construction of an aircraft servicing hangar for British European Airways at Heathrow Airport. It was the company's second major contract at Heathrow, following the completion of the BEA and BOAC cargo terminal. The hangar was designed to accommodate new airbus jets and existing aircraft. Four 75ft shafts were sunk for the foundations. The excavation of each shaft began with an in situ concrete ring beam near ground level. Rings of a caisson, which formed the upper half of each shaft, were then sunk through 30ft of clay. Men worked at the bottom of the shaft to excavate the remaining 45ft, and fixed precast segmental concrete rings to the structure as the shaft descended. Construction of the shafts began in October 1969, and when completed they were filled with concrete in two stages: the lower sections were filled with 250 cubic yards of concrete in a continuous pour on 27th February 1970, and the upper sections were filled after a column was positioned in each shaft. This photograph was published in the April 1970 edition of Team Spirit, the Laing employee newsletter

© Historic England Archive

Checking the tube JLP01_14_00147
Checking the tube JLP01_14_00147
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Inside the well DP076385
Inside the well DP076385
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Tunnel CXP01_01_057
Tunnel CXP01_01_057
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Box Tunnel 27463_009
Box Tunnel 27463_009
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Regent Street Sewer AA98_05975
Regent Street Sewer AA98_05975
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Mersey Tunnel AL1908_036_01
Mersey Tunnel AL1908_036_01
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