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Featured Industry Print

Great Eastern under construction AL0327_033_01

Millwall, London. Isambard Kingdom Brunel'??s steamship Great Eastern, built between 1854 and 1858, was by far the largest ship of her time with a gross tonnage of 18, 915. Designed to carry up to 4, 000 passengers between England, the Far East and Australia without refuelling, Great Eastern was the first ship to have a double-skinned hull. The construction of the vessel at Millwall attracted huge public interest, and it was famously photographed by Robert Howlett as well as by Joseph Cundall. Despite acute financial difficulties, and failed launches in November 1857, Great Eastern was eventually launched in January 1858. Joseph Cundall (1818-??95) albumen print from May 1855

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Featured Industry Print

Neolithic flint mine IC241_001

Easton Down, Wiltshire. Reconstruction drawing by Judith Dobie depicting a bird's eye view of the Neolithic flint mining site on Easton Down. Flint and chalk rubble are being mined from large round or oval pits, and a camp and settlement have been established nearby

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Graphic, Illustration, Neolithic, Prehistoric, Work

Featured Industry Print

Foxash Estate EAW171546

Foxash Estate, Ardleigh, Essex. One of a series of Land Settlement Association schemes of co-operative smallholdings set up in the 1930s. It originally encouraged unemployed people to take on smallholdings to grow vegetables for profit. The scheme was wound up in the 1980s, but some smallholders joined a cooperative - Foxash Growers Ltd - which continues to produce today. Photographed by Aerofilms in 1967

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