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The Thames Tunnel : open to the public every day (Sundays excepted) from eight in the morning, until eight in the evening.

[London] : Teape & Son, printers, Tower Hill, [1827?]
Physical Description:
1 sheet : illustrations ; 32 x 28 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Folio A 2015 3v
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Chrimes, M. Triumphant bore, ff. 61, 86
Includes three wood-engraved figures: "No. 1 shows a transverse section of the Thames, and beneath it a longitudinal section of the Tunnel, as it will be when completed; with the ascents in the inclinations in which they will be finished. No. 2 shows the two arched entrances of the Tunnel from the shaft. No. 3 is a representation of the iron shield, and shows a workman in each of the compartments."
Includes one map (12 x 16 cm): Plan of the roads and main objects on the eastern part of London, as connected with the tunnel excavating under the Thames from Rotherhithe to Wapping, projected by M.I. Brunel, C.E.F.R.S., 1827.
Subject Terms:
London (England) -- Maps.
Thames River (England) -- Views.
Thames Tunnel (London, England)
Thames Tunnel (London, England) -- Maps.
Tunnels -- England -- London.
Wood engravings -- 1827.
Brunel, Marc Isambard, 1769-1849. Plan of the roads and main objects on the eastern part of London.
Thames Tunnel Company.
Teape & Son, printer.

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