PHEW Panel for Historical Engineering Works

The ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works records structures of historical importance in Great Britain and Ireland. These can be searched on the PHEW database at https://www.ice.org.uk/disciplines-and-resources/ice-library-and-digital-resources/historical-engineering-works. To keep up to date with news on engineering history join the Linkedin group http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Panel-Historical-Engineering-Works-ICE-7473420/about
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the eiffel tower towering over other buildings
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Blackpool Tower
a large body of water with buildings in the background
Thames Barrier. The Thames Barrier is one of the largest movable flood barriers in the world. The barrier was completed in 1982 and spans 520m across the Thames. It is closed when the tide is abnormally high and protects 125 square kilometers of central London from tidal surges. The barrier was designed by Rendel, Palmer and Tritton.
an old wooden building with a steeple on the top is next to a fence
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Harwich treadmill crane, built 1667 for the dockyard. The crane was moved to Harwich Green in 1932 and is is the only surviving example in the UK of a double treadwheel crane to be worked by two people.
a tall brick tower with a clock on it's side and scaffolding around the top
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"Jumbo" water tower, Colchester built 1882-4. The water tower on Balkerne Hill has been one of the most distinctive features of the town skyline since 1883 and since that time it has changed from being an object of public controversy to one of civic affection with the local name of "Jumbo".
an old building with cars parked in front of it
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Royal Albert Hall. Designed by Captain Francis Fowke and SIr Henry Cole and built 1867-71
an old bridge over a stream in the middle of a forest filled with trees and bushes
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Brent Eleigh Bridge, near Lavenham, Suffolk. Disused cast iron bridge designed by Sir William Cubitt, built 1813.
there are many boats in the water by this brick building and some buildings on the other side
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Warehouses at Albert Dock, Liverpool. Designed by Jesse Hartley and philip Hardwick and opened in 1842. HEW 1010
the tower bridge is very tall and has many spires
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Tower Bridge HEW 0031. Engineer Sir John Wolfe Barry, architect Sir Horace Jones. Constructed 1886-1894, the bridge has a centre span of 200ft and the walkway is 141ft high.