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Brunel Gallery

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Choose from 87 pictures in our Brunel collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Landore Viaduct construction, near Swansea, South Wales Featured Print

Landore Viaduct construction, near Swansea, South Wales

View of construction work on the Landore Viaduct, over the Swansea valley and the River Tawe, on the Great Western Railway, Glamorgan, South Wales. The original timber viaduct was designed by Brunel, and completed in 1852. The new structure, completed in 1889, used wrought iron for the central span

© Mary Evans / Roger Worsley Archive

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Adrian Brunel, film director, with Anne Firth, actress Featured Print

Adrian Brunel, film director, with Anne Firth, actress

Adrian Brunel (1892-1958), English film director and screenwriter, who began his career during the silent movie era. Seen here at a filming location for The First of The Few, where he was assisting his friend Leslie Howard, the leading actor in the film. With him is Anne Firth (1918-1967), British film actress, who played the part of Miss Harper.
1942

© A Flying History/The Peter Keating Aviation Photograph Collection/Mary Evans Picture Library

Crystal Palace at Sydenham is destroyed by fire Featured Print

Crystal Palace at Sydenham is destroyed by fire

The Crystal Palace at Sydenham is destroyed by a devastating fire on 30th November 1936. One of the 284ft water towers (designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel) stands as the only surviving structure - before eventually being taken down during the Second World War as hazardous landmarks for German Bombers to orientate themselves upon during bombing raids over London. Plans are afoot to reconstruct the towers. Date: 1936

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection