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Clifton suspension Bridge, Bristol, UK and a beautiful hot air balloon .

Top 10: Isambard Kingdom Brunel's great surviving structures.

Top 10: Isambard Kingdom Brunel's great surviving structures

SS Great Britain, 19 Jul 1843 Launched in Bristol in the steamship was the first iron-hulled trans-atlantic liner. Abandoned in the Falkland Islands, she was rescued in 1970 and returned to dry dock in Bristol, where she has been restored.

Royal Albert Bridge spanning a river at high level, the bridge deck supported in the centre by curved tubular metal girders.

Bridges are cool. We take them for granted, yet they are make a real difference to your commute if they close, trust me. Yet they can also be beautiful, like this one: Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash- Isambard Kingdom Brunel design

Top 10: Isambard Kingdom Brunel's great surviving structures.

Top 10: Isambard Kingdom Brunel's great surviving structures

Isambard Kingdom Brunel's great surviving structures Wharncliffe Viaduct May 1837

Great Western Railway.

GWR Alma class locomotives known as 'Iron Dukes' the prototype of this class was a rebuild of the earlier Great Western class locomotive.

Paddington station: designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and opened in 1847.

Paddington Paddington Station, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, opened in 1847

Thames Tunnel.

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Bow of the Great Eastern ship.

Bow of the Great Eastern ship.

Iron Bridge, Balmoral.

Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Iron Bridge Over The River Dee At Balmoral Castle/Crathie, Royal Deeside, Scotland, UK (Built

Clifton Suspension Bridge.

On December the Clifton Suspension Bridge spanning the Avon Gorge and the River Avon, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, was openend for the public.

Isambard Kingdom Brunel against the back drop of huge shipping chains.

Learn about Isambard Kingdom Brunel, a century versatile and audacious engineer who created the Great Western Railway.

The Cornwall span in position and the Devon span still under construction of the Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, 1858.

The Cornwall span in position and the Devon span still under construction of the Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash,

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