ISAMBARD KINGDOM BRUNEL (1806-1859). English engineer
ISAMBARD KINGDOM BRUNEL
(1806-1859). English engineer. Brunel before the Great Eastern steamship's braking drum chains, which lowered the ship from the slip for launching: photograph, 1857, by Robert Howlett
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SHIPS: HMS RENOWN, 1927. HMS Renown (second state), launched in 1916, one of the largest
SHIPS: HMS RENOWN, 1927.
HMS Renown (second state), launched in 1916, one of the largest and fastest warships of its time, part of the Grand Fleet during World War I, and rebuilt twice after the war until it was scrapped in 1948. Photographed in 1927
1927, Battleship, Early, English, Exterior, Grand, Great Britain, Hms Renown, Maritime, Ocean, Photograph, Royal Navy, Steam, Steamboat, Transportation, World War I
CHICAGO: BRIDGE, c1902. The steamboat A.B. Ward passing under the drawbridge at Cortland
CHICAGO: BRIDGE, c1902.
The steamboat A.B. Ward passing under the drawbridge at Cortland and 12th Streets on the Chicago River in Chicago, Illinois. Photographed shortly after the bridge was opened in 1902
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