The Fynevue Chronicles: Engineering Excellence  
Engineering Excellence
The Fynevue Chronicles' look at architectural wonders and engineering solutions on a grand scale...



Photo: A National Grid sub-station © 2009 Fynevue.
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Engineering Excellence looks at a mix of telecoms, power, industrial working museums and evolving architecture in all its wonderful diversity.


Telecoms at Bletchley Park  
Telecoms at Bletchley Park
Telecoms at Bletchley Park


Seek out the wartime activities of code breaking and the more recent times of the Post Office Training Centre.
Bankside  
Bankside
Bankside


Tales of the riverbank in London, including Bankside Power Station, Tate Modern and the Millennium Bridge.
Amberley Working Museum  
Amberley Working Museum
Amberley Working Museum

Amberley Museum is located in the tranquil and picturesque setting of a former chalk pit, with easy road and rail access making it an ideal place for a family day out.
Evolving Architecture  
Modern Architecture

Evolving Architecture looks at the designs and materials of buildings both old and new.



Miscellaneous Links  
Miscellaneous Links
 The Forth rail and road bridges, both of which were engineering achievements of their time.

The Forth Rail Bridge  opened 4th March 1890
The Forth Road Bridge opened 4th September 1964

The Humber Bridge - Opened 17th July 1981

James Nasmyth - Mechanical Engineer who produced many innovative solutions to engineering problems. Inventor of the steam-hammer pile-driver; flexible drive system (dentist's drill) and numerous machine tools and practices.

Nikola Tesla - developer of the a.c. motor and  high voltage power transmission systems.

Cold War Research Study Group - secret underground bunkers.

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