Brunel's Kingdom: In the Footsteps of Britain's Greatest Engineer
In this book, John Christopher takes us on a tour through England, looking at the many structures and places created or influenced by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, one of the most famous British engineers.
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abutment arches Atmospheric Railway Avon beneath Box Tunnel brick brickwork Bristol Industrial Museum broad gauge Brunel Engine House built carriages centre chains Chepstow Chippenham Clifton Suspension Bridge completed construction Cornwall crossing Crystal Palace cutting Dawlish deck Didcot directors docks dockside Eastern Embankment footbridge Getting girders gorge hull Hungerford Bridge IKB's Isambard Kingdom Brunel launch Leigh Woods Location loco London look Maidenhead Marc Brunel masonry miles Millwall modern Moulsford original Paddington passengers pedestrians photograph piers plaque platform rail railway bridge Railway Village river road bridge roof Rotherhithe Royal Albert Bridge Saltash shaft shed ship ship's side South Devon South Entrance Lock span SS Great Britain Starcross station building steam steamship Stephenson stone Street structure survived Swindon Tamar Temple Meads Thames Tunnel timber tons towers town track trains transatlantic Underfall Yard underground viaduct walk Wapping Western Railway wooden