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Collapse Gallery

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Choose from 108 pictures in our Collapse collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

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Tay Bridge disaster, view of the diving operations

View of the diving operation at the scene of the Tay Bridge disaster. The engineer Thomas Bouch advocated the need for a bridge crossing the Tay for a number of years before building began in 1873. The bridge was said to be unstable, especially during bad weather conditions. On the 28th December 1879, during a treacherous weather conditions the Tay Bridge collapse killing over 75 passengers and staff. Bad workmanship and incorrect materials were blamed for the disaster and Bouch's reputation was disgraced.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Japan - Bandai-san volcano

Lantern slide of 'In the Crater of Bandai-San'. Bandai-san is a volcano in the central area of Fukushima Prefecture, southern Tohoku. The 1888 eruption led to the large collapse of the northern part of volcanic body. This eruption is well-known because there were records of the course of eruption and detailed post-eruption surveys, often introduced in some volcanological books outside Japan. The large collapse largely changed the landforms of and around Bandai-san and formed many lakes and swamps. At present, the devastated area became luxuriant forests with a diversity of living things and a famous tourist resort due to the beautiful landscapes and impressive colored lakes and swamps including the Goshikinuma lakes. (http:/ Part of Box 157 Japan, Boswell Collection, slide no. 56 Date: circa 1890s

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans

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Accident - Commercial Union Assurance Company Building

The Commercial Union Assurance Company Building, Cornhill, London fell at midnight on 6th August 1927. Being a Saturday the premises were empty and nobody was killed or injured. Details in the city press and the Times list the possible cause as underground rivers and artesian wells being blocked up by underground railway (tube tunnel) building. One entire side of the building fell into the street and an adjoining building site. Date: 1927

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection