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America's Cup Building (Veles e Vents), Valencia

RIBA135959
David Chipperfield Architects
NOTES: Also known as Veles e Vents.

America's Cup Building (Veles e Vents), Valencia

RIBA135960
David Chipperfield Architects
NOTES: Also known as Veles e Vents.

America's Cup Building (Veles e Vents), Valencia

RIBA135961
David Chipperfield Architects
NOTES: Also known as Veles e Vents.

Ribblehead Viaduct, North Yorkshire

RIBA136658
Crossley, John Sydney (1812-1879)
NOTES: The Ribblehead Viaduct was designed by the engineer John Sydney Crossley for the Midland Railway Company. Construction was from 1869-1874. It carries the Settle-Carliisle railway across Batty Moss in the Ribble Valley, North Yorkshire. At 104 feet (32 metres) high with 24 spans, it is the longest and the third tallest structure on the SettleÔÇôCarlisle line.

Ribblehead Viaduct, North Yorkshire

RIBA136659
Crossley, John Sydney (1812-1879)
NOTES: The Ribblehead Viaduct was designed by the engineer John Sydney Crossley for the Midland Railway Company. Construction was from 1869-1874. It carries the Settle-Carliisle railway across Batty Moss in the Ribble Valley, North Yorkshire. At 104 feet (32 metres) high with 24 spans, it is the longest and the third tallest structure on the SettleÔÇôCarlisle line.

Ribblehead Viaduct, North Yorkshire

RIBA136660
Crossley, John Sydney (1812-1879)
NOTES: The Ribblehead Viaduct was designed by the engineer John Sydney Crossley for the Midland Railway Company. Construction was from 1869-1874. It carries the Settle-Carliisle railway across Batty Moss in the Ribble Valley, North Yorkshire. At 104 feet (32 metres) high with 24 spans, it is the longest and the third tallest structure on the SettleÔÇôCarlisle line.

Fort Canning Park, Singapore: the Lighthouse

RIBA136884
NOTES: Orignally built as a garrsion it is now a public park.

Montage images from 'Civilia' (proposed new city in Warwickshire) created for a special issue of the 'Architectural review', June 1971: the marina

RIBA136931
NOTES: The magazine refers to Nuneaton as being the proposed site for the new city. The image entitled as featured in the journal was, ' Sailing in the Marina, 51. Citadel right, Tuttle Hill, left, Cathedral dead centre. The boats are making for the arm that feeds into the Coventry Canal.'
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