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Oxo Tower Wharf CXP01_01_121
Oxo Tower Wharf CXP01_01_121
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Fens gas pipeline JLP01_08_077175
Fens gas pipeline JLP01_08_077175
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Wartercraft at Vauxhall CXP01_01_110
Wartercraft at Vauxhall CXP01_01_110
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Lambeth Bridge CXP01_01_124
Lambeth Bridge CXP01_01_124
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Lambeth Bridge CXP01_01_125
Lambeth Bridge CXP01_01_125
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Thames barge CXP01_01_109
Thames barge CXP01_01_109
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Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_097
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_097
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Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_106
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_106
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Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_105
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_105
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Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_104
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_104
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Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_101
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_101
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Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_100
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_100
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Fens gas pipeline JLP01_08_077175 Featured Print

Fens gas pipeline JLP01_08_077175

CAMBRIDGESHIRE. A view of the Fens gas pipeline during installation from across the Great Ouse Relief Channel, showing a dredging tractor owned by The Dredging & Construction Co Ltd in the foreground.
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.

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection

Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_098
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_098
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Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_099
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_099
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Virginia Water BAR03_01_556
Virginia Water BAR03_01_556
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Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_004
Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_004
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Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_001
Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_001
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Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_003
Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_003
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Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_002
Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_002
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Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_009
Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_009
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Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_008
Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_008
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Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_007
Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_007
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Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_005
Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_005
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Dove Dale alb93_08_057
Dove Dale alb93_08_057
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Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_009 Featured Print

Lambeth Shot Tower CXP01_01_009

SHOT TOWER AND LEAD WORKS, BELVEDERE ROAD, LAMBETH, GREATER LONDON. A view across the River Thames towards the shot tower at Lambeth Lead Works in 1936. Shows the demolition of the old Waterloo Bridge on the left, and in the foreground a rowing boat crossing the river.
The shot tower of the Lambeth Lead Works was designed by David Ridall Roper and was built in 1826 for Thomas Maltby & Co. At the time of this photograph it was operated by Walkers, Parker & Co but it was later demolished in 1962 to make way for the Queen Elizabeth Hall. The Waterloo Bridge, which is shown during its demolition, was designed by John Rennie and opened in 1817

© Historic England Archive

Coniston Water DD004389
Coniston Water DD004389
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Highclere CC72_01139
Highclere CC72_01139
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