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Choose from 162 pictures in our Wales collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Wrought iron tubular trussed bridge over the river Wye at Chepstow, c1885. This bridge

Wrought iron tubular trussed bridge over the river Wye at Chepstow, c1885. This bridge, constructed 1849-1852, was an innovative design by Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-1859) and the use of wrought iron tubular girders is considered to be a dummy run for his last great masterpiece, the Royal Albert bridge over the Tamar at Saltash. The Chepstow bridge carried the South Wales Railway over the Wye. Brunel was engineer to the railway. From The Popular Educator. (London, c1885).

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Ffestiniog Railway steam Locomotive No 8 'James Spooner', 1872. This 0-4-4-0

Ffestiniog Railway steam Locomotive No 8 'James Spooner', 1872. This 0-4-4-0 Fairlie Patent locomotive was built by the Avonside Engine Company Ltd, Bristol, England, in 1872 for the Ffestiniog narrow gauge railway between Portmadoc and Blaenau Ffestiniog in Snowdonia, Wales, serving the slate quarries, as well as carrying passengers. The Scottish engineer Robert Fairlie (1831-1885) patented his design for double-ended, push-me-pull-you, locomotives in about 1864. Photograph.

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Dispatch vessel HMS Iris. Launched in 1877, this was the first steel ship built for

Dispatch vessel HMS Iris. Launched in 1877, this was the first steel ship built for the British Admiralty. Constructed of steel made by the Siemens-Martin process at Landore Siemens Steel Company, Swansea, Wales. A transitional vessel with both sails and steam engines. From Great Industries of Great Britain, (London, c1880). Wood engraving.

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