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The Panel for Historical Engineering Works (PHEW) was established to promote an understanding amongst civil engineers, and the broader public, of our rich engineering heritage.
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2 MARCH 2017
East Cowick to Goole
A 17th century flood relief scheme, forced upon the Participants in the Hatfield Chase drainage by litigation, after completion of their original scheme caused problems in the lower reaches of the ...
1 FEBRUARY 2017
An Ancient Egyptian pink granite obelisk transported from Heliopolis (now Alexandria) in January 1868 and re-erected on Victoria Embankment. Now known as Cleopatra’s Needle the London obelisk was o...
19 FEBRUARY 2011
1835 - 1838
The first sea defence for Sidmouth
11 SEPTEMBER 2006
Redruth, Scorrier, St Day and Gwennap
The largest system of drainage tunnels in Cornwall, over an estimated 38 miles long, extending over 12 square miles, draining at least 71 mines in the Gwennap area, south east of Redruth.
The site of the concrete and timber remains of the purpose-built slipway constructed in 1857 for the sideways launch of Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s SS Great Eastern. It represents one of the few rema...
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