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Euston Arch, Euston Station, London: the demolition of the arch to make way for the new station building

Hardwick, Philip (1792-1870)
NOTES: This monumental arch was controversially demolished in 1962 to make way for a new modern complex, designed by R. L. Moorcroft, Midland regional architect of British Railways, completed in 1968.

Lighthouse and lock gates at Sjotorp, the beginning of the Gota Canal on the eastern shore of Lake Vanern

Ericson, Nils (1802-1870)
NOTES: Thomas Telford was initially engaged by the King of Sweden to oversee the building of the canal which began in 1810 and was officially inaugurated in 1832. Nils Ericson was appointed leader of the canal project in 1824.

A wood bollard at the beginning of the Oxford Canal at Hawkesbury Junction, Warwickshire

Brindley, James (1716-1772)
NOTES: The Oxford Canal begins at Hawkesbury Junction where it meets the Coventry Canal and ends in central Oxford. Engineered by James Brindley and completed after his death by his assistant, Samuel Simmock, work on the canal began in the Coventry basin in 1769 and was completed at the Oxford end in 1790.

Iron Bridge at Hawkesbury Junction, Warwickshire

Brindley, James (1716-1772)
NOTES: Engineered by James Brindley and completed after his death by his assistant, Samuel Simcock, the Coventry Canal was constructed from 1768 to 1790. Its connection with the Oxford Canal at Hawkesbury Junction was made in 1836. The bridge was cast at the Britannia Foundry in Derby, and was erected for the Coventry Canal Company in 1837.

Lock at Hack Green on the Shropshire Union Canal

Telford, Thomas (1757-1834)

A pleasure boat crossing the Chirk Aqueduct on the Llangollen section of the Shropshire Union Canal

Telford, Thomas (1757-1834)
NOTES: The Chirk aqueduct was completed in 1801 while the Shropshire Union Canal was officially opened in 1835.

All Saints, Brockhampton-by-Ross, Herefordshire

Lethaby, William Richard (1857-1931)

Stone bridge at Iffley Lock, River Thames, Iffley, Oxfordshire

NOTES: The original lock was built in 1632 and the Thames Navigation Commission replaced this in 1793. This bridge carries the towpath over the entrance to the rollers which allow punts and rowing boats to move between the water levels.

Margam Steel Works (Abbey Works) for The Steel Company of Wales Limited, Port Talbot, West Glamorgan: the number 5 blast furnace

NOTES: Margam Steel Works, originally and colloquially known as the "Abbey Works", was a modern integrated steelworks which began production in 1953, although most of the works had been built by 1951. This is one of the two new furnaces built in the 1950s. Once the new number 4 and 5 furnaces began production, the older furnaces, numbers 1 and 2 built in the 1920s, were demolished. The number 3 furnace, built in 1941, was retained as a stand-by.

Cruising along the River Thames towards Temple Island downstream from Henley-on-Thames

Wyatt, James (1746-1813)
NOTES: The island, located a mile and a half downstream from the town of Henley, marks the Start of the Henley Royal Regatta Course. The Temple, built in 1771, is a folly designed by James Wyatt as a fishing lodge for Fawley Court, the mansion on the Henley Reach designed by Wren. Temple Island is situated a mile and a half downstream of the picturesque market town of Henley, on one of the most beautiful reaches of the River Thames. Located amidst rolling water meadows and surrounded by wooded hills, it marks the Start of the famous Henley Royal Regatta Course. The Temple itself is a delightful folly,, from which the Temple completed a charming prospect through an avenue of trees.

Triangular Bridge, Crowland, Lincolnshire: close-up of a Romanesque statue of Christ in Majesty

NOTES: This limestone bridge was built by the masons of the Benedictine abbey of Croyland in c. 1360 to replace a wooden structure. The river once divided into two streams at this point and it was from here that travellers by water landed at the abbey.