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To commemorate the bicentenary of opening Dunkeld bridge designed by Thomas Telford (1757-1834) first President, Institution of Civil Engineers built by John 4th Duke of Atholl (1755-1830) as a major element in the improvement of highland roads by replacing two ferries & paid for by tolls taken over by the roads authority in 1879

, Dunkeld, United Kingdom

William Bald 1788-1857 born in Burntisland near here. Pioneering cartographer, surveyor and civil engineer in Scotland and Ireland. Designed and built the Antrim Coast Road one of the world's great scenic routes.

High Street, Burntisland, United Kingdom

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To commemorate the reconstruction of Manchester City Centre 1995-2000

Royal Exchange, Manchester, United Kingdom

Jesse Hartley 1780-1860 Designer of Albert Dock Engineer to the Port of Liverpool 1824-1860

Britannia Pavillion Albert Dock, Liverpool, United Kingdom

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Liverpool Overhead Railway 1893-1956 Engineers Sir Douglas Fox & J.M. Greathead

George's Dock Building, The Strand, Liverpool, United Kingdom

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James Newlands the first borough engineer Liverpool 1847-1871 lived here

Oxford Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom

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Sir James Drake (1907-1989) A founding father and pioneer of the modern motorway network

Promenade, Blackpool, United Kingdom

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Montford Bridge to commemorate the 250th anniversary of his birth Thomas Telford (1757 - 1834) First President. The first bridge designed and built by Thomas Telford and opened on Lady Day 1792, following his appointment as County Surveyor of Public Works, Shropshire, 1787

North end of Montford Bridge, Shrewsbury, United Kingdom

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Thames Tunnel constructed 1825-1843 first shield-driven subaqueous tunnel. Sir Marc Isambard Brunel civil engineer.

Rotherhithe tube station, London, United Kingdom

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Queensway Tunnel. Engineer in chief Sir Basil Mott. Worlds largest underwater road tunnel constructed 1926-1934

above the mouth of the Queensway tunnel, Liverpool, United Kingdom

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Alexander Simpson, 1832-1922 Civil Engineer. Engineer and later Chairman of the Glasgow District Subway under whose direction it was planned and constructed in 1891-1896. Originally cable hauled, the Subway was electrified in 1935 and re-named the Underground. It was modernised in 1977-1980

St Enoch Subway Station concourse, beside north escalators, Glasgow, United Kingdom

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Donald Matheson 1860-1935 Engineer-in-Chief for Caledonian Railway Company. One of his notable projects was the design of Glasgow Central Station Roof using simple deep steel Warren girders with maximum spans of 350 feet to give a spacious station concourse as part of the reconstruction of the station 1901-06. Plaque erected in 2008 by Institution of Civil Engineers.

Glasgow Central Station, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Preston Guild Wheel, Community Award Winner 2013.

Junction Maritime Way and Navigation Way, Preston, United Kingdom

Conwy tubular bridge Erected 1846-48. Original clear span 400ft. Strengthened by intermediate piers 1899 Engineers: R. Stephenson (1803-1859), W. Fairbairn (1789-1874), E. Hodgkinson (1789-1861). Architect: F. Thompson (1808-1895) contractor: John Evans. Built for the chester-holyhead railway, which provided rail access to the sea crossing to ireland, this bridge was a forerunner to Robert Stephenson’s Britannia bridge over the Menai Strait. Conwy tubular bridge was the first railway bridge in which trains ran through the main girders. It represents a pioneering use of wrought iron for bridges and a major advance in the development of box-section girder elements.

Castle St, Conwy, United Kingdom

Conwy Suspension bridge. Erected 1822-1826, span 327ft. Since replaced and strengthened with side trusses ---. Closed to vehicular traffic 1958 . Engineers T Telford (1822-34) and W A Provis ( 1822-50) . Ironwork W Hazledine, T Rhodes, --- T Wilson. This was the major structure on the strategically important Randor to Chester road. Conwy suspension bridge, Telford’s most dramatic creation in the gothic style was built with the identical technology developed for the larger Menai bridge (1818-26) and still has its original iron chains.

, Conwy, United Kingdom

Menai suspension bridge. Erected 1818-26. Height 153ft. Length 1388ft. Main span 580ft. Deck strengthened 1840 & 1893. Ironwork replaced by steel-work & deck modified & widened for modern traffic 1939-41. Engineers: T. Telford 1818-34, W.A. Provis 1818-50, Sir B. Baker 1893, Sir A. Gibb & Ptnrs 1939-41. Masonry: J. Wilson. This was the major structure on the strategic road connecting London with Holyhead and by sea to Ireland. The bridge with its then world’s longest span greatly advanced suspension bridge development. The smaller Conwy suspension bridge (1826) built with identical pioneering technology still has its original ironwork.

, Menai Bridge, United Kingdom

George Willoughby Hemans. Civil Engineer. 1814-1885. Engineer of railways in Britain, Ireland and abroad including the Vale of Clwyd Railway (1858) Rhyl - St Asaph - Denbigh. Born Bronwlyfa, St Asaph, Clwyd. Son of Felicia Hemans, poet. Peiriannydd rheilffyrdd ym Mhrydain, Iwerddon a thramor, yn cynnwys y Vale of Clwyd Railway (1858) Y Rhyl - Llanelwy - Dinbych. Peiriannydd Sifil 1814-1885.

Chester Street, St Asaph, United Kingdom

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Sir Thomas Peirson Frank 1881 - 1951 Chief Engineer for London County Council 1930-1946 Saved London from drowning during The Blitz

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