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Ventilation Station for the Queensway Tunnel, Taylor Street, Birkenhead, Merseyside

RIBA8122
Rowse, Herbert James (1887-1963)
NOTES: This brick-clad building contains the ventilation tower for the Queensway Tunnel under the River Mersey connecting Liverpool and Birkenhead.

Ventilation towers for the new Blackwall Tunnel, Poplar, London

RIBA12007
Farrell, Sir Terry (1938-)
NOTES: The Blackwall Tunnel is a pair of road tunnels under the River Thames linking the East End at Blackwall, Poplar, with the Greenwich peninsula. The distinctive ventilation towers for the second eastern tunnel, which opened in 1967, were designed by Terry Farrell in 1961-1962 while he was working as an architect for the London County Council.

George's Dock Ventilation and Control Tower, Pier Head, Liverpool

RIBA17173
Rowse, Herbert James (1887-1963)
NOTES: This building contains the ventilation tower and control station for Queensway Tunnel under the River Mersey connecting Liverpool and Birkenhead. It was shattered internally by a land mine and part of the structure was destroyed by bombing during World War II. Since no fire occurred, it was possible to reconstruct the building to its original pre-war design by Herbert J. Rowse.

Design for the Nussdorf Dam and the buildings at the entrance to the Danube Canale, Vienna

RIBA17780
Wagner, Otto (1841-1918)
SOURCE: Otto Wagner, Einige Skizzen, Projecte und ausgefuhrte Bauwerke (Vienna: Schroll, 1890-1922), Band 2, no. 26

Dover Harbour Board car ferry terminal, Eastern Dock, Dover: the twin portal towers nearing completion

RIBA25222
J. M. Wilson, H. C. Mason & Partners
NOTES: The vehicles pass under the portals across long bridges into or from the stern of the steamers.

British European Airways (BEA) Waterloo Air Terminal, South Bank, London

RIBA25263
Sir John Burnet Tait & Partners
NOTES: BEA was formed in 1946 and ceased operations in 1974 when it was merged with the British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) to form British Airways (BA).
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