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United States Pavilion, Ile Sainte Helene, Expo '67, Montreal: the Minirail emerging from the dome

RIBA23255
R. Buckminster Fuller, Fuller & Sadao
NOTES: Became known colloquially as 'Bucky's Bubble'.

United States Pavilion, Ile Sainte Helene, Expo '67, Montreal

RIBA23256
R. Buckminster Fuller, Fuller & Sadao
NOTES: Became known colloquially as 'Bucky's Bubble'.

St Pancras Station, Euston Road, London: the train shed

RIBA24799
Barlow, William Henry (1812-1902)
NOTES: The train shed on its completion in 1868 became the largest enclosed space in the world.

Post Office Underground Railway (Rail Mail), Paddington District Office, London

RIBA25777
NOTES: The Post Office (London) Railway Bill was passed by a Select Committee of the House of Lords in 1913 which reccommended the construction of an electric railway with driverless trains to connect the West and East ends of London. Construction of the tunnels began in 1914 and was completed in 1917. The operating equipment was not installed until after World War I and the railway finally opened on 5 December 1927 with parcels traffic running between Paddington and Mount Pleasant. The line was extended to Liverpool Street on 2 January 1928.

View of Pendleton's Timber Yard situated under the arches of a railway viaduct probably in London

RIBA29402
NOTES: This drawing is one of a collection of topographical sketches by Albert Oppenheim largely comprising unidentified views in London dating between 1955 and 1965.

View of a steam train passing over a railway bridge or viaduct with the arches of further bridges seen beyond

RIBA29438
NOTES: This drawing is one of a collection of topographical sketches by Albert Oppenheim largely comprising unidentified views in London dating between 1955 and 1965.

Oriente Station, Lisbon: view of platforms

RIBA30514
Calatrava, Santiago (1951-)

Design for the roving Land Traveller Exhibition, part of the Festival of Britain: sketch for the interior and exterior of the train's bar and observation car

RIBA31217
Levin, Richard (1910-2000)
NOTES: Designed as the Festival of Britain's travelling exhibition, 'The Land' visited Leeds, Birmingham and Nottingham between May and October 1951. The exhibition's themes were similar to those of the main site in London but with greater emphasis placed on industrial design.
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