Plaques - how many have you seen?

ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works and the ICE regions work together to put up plaques to commmorate historic engineers and structures. Many, but not all, plaques are linked to an anniversary. Let us know if you spot one.
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this room is dedicated to john smeaton f r s, inventor of the little civil engineer
John Smeaton plaque
Smeaton Room in One Great George Street
an old black and white photo of some buildings
Thomas Telford's House, Abingdon Street.
The plaque was removed when the building was demolished and presented to ICE in the 1980s. It is displyed just inside the entrance
a plaque on the side of a building that reads, in addition of civil engineer's
Panoramio is no longer available
Plaque To Sir Basil Mott, Located Above The Queensway Tunnel Entrance.
a plaque on the side of a building that reads sir thomas persson frank, chief engineer for london county council
Westminster Council Green Plaque supported by ICE to commemorate Sir Thomas Peirson Frank 1881-1951 and his work mending damage inflicted to the Thames embankment during World War 2
an advertisement for the lynn valley railway
Design for plaque for the Llynvi Valley Railway to commemorate 150th anniversary of opening of broad gauge line
an information sign on the side of a blue metal structure that reads civil and mechanical engineering landmark
Titan crane, Clydebank International Civil and Mechanical enigneering Landmark plaque awarded jointly by ICE, IMechE ASCE and ASME, 20 August 2013.
a plaque on the side of a stone wall that says hexham bridge in english
Plague on Hexham bridge commemorating 200th anniversary in 1993. The bridge was designed by John Smeaton and Robert Mylne
a plaque on the side of a stone wall
Forth bridge. Joint ICE and ASCE International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark Plaque awarded 27 August 1985
a plaque on the side of a building that says john rennie is here,
Plaque at Pembroke Dock commemorating John Rennie (1761-1821)
a person holding up a metal plate with information on it
Plaque to commemorate John Rennie (1764-1821) at Holyhead Ferry Terminal. The plaque was put up on 30 September 2011 to commemorate Rennie and his association with the Harbour development in 1810.
a sign on the side of a building stating that it is celebrating 40 years of the famous spaghettitti union in 2012
Close-up of Gravelly Hill interchange plaque
two men in business suits sitting next to each other near a sign that says,
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Plaque commemorating 40 years of Gravelly Hill (Spaghetti Junction) interchange between the M6 and A38(M) near Birmingham. The plaque is nearby on the A4645 Salford Bridge over the River Tame.
a plaque on the side of a stone wall
William Bald
William Bald plaque at west end of Burntisland High Street, Antrim.
a plaque on the side of a building
Photographed during ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works visit to Denver Sluice this week.
there is a plaque on the side of a metal fence that says trumbson graving dock
Plaque at Thompson Graving Dock, Belfast. In 1911 this was the largest dry dock in the world.