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Crowd in front of the Phipps Institute, Beauly, under construction, c. 1903.

70 Amazing and Rare Vintage Photographs That Capture Everyday Life in Scotland from the Edwardian Era

'(under)construction' by Brazilian photographer Letícia Lampert, as part of a series of photo collages intended for sale. 2008.

'(under)construction' by Brazilian photographer Letícia Lampert, as part of a series of photo collages intended for sale.

The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, under construction. The V is the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design http://LDN.in/7viF1W

The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, under construction. The VA is the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design 1852

Times Building under construction, Times Square, New York, 1904, Vintage Photo  this is so cool to see the start of times sq.  wow o wow..

1904 - Times Building under construction. This is how Times Square got it's name, from the New York Times Building.

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Walker Evans Chrysler Building under construction, New York 1929 Gelatin-silver print

Under construction: A rare snap of Tower Bridge as it was being built. Although it looks medieval, the bridge is actually Victorian and opened in 1894

Incredible photos reveal London's transformation over 200 years

Under construction: A rare snap of Tower Bridge in London as it was being built. Although it looks medieval, the bridge is actually Victorian and opened in

CIS Tower under construction in Manchester, 1961. No health & safety in those days. The steel workers were from Motherwell in Scotland.

CIS Tower under construction in Manchester, No health safety in those days. The steel workers were from Motherwell in Scotland.

Avro Lancaster aircraft under construction at the A V Roe & Co Ltd factory at Woodford in Cheshire, 1943. Despite constant losses in air battle over Germany, new production meant that the numbers of aircraft available were always increasing. - See more at: http://ww2today.com/#sthash.pNP11rFm.dpuf

Avro Lancaster aircraft under construction at the A. Roe & Co. Ltd factory at Woodford in Cheshire, England Despite constant losses in combat over Germany, new production meant that the numbers of aircraft available were always increasing.

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