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Isambard Kingdom Brunel

British engineer; designer of the Clifton suspension bridge but also of large ships such as the Great Western.

Biographical Information

Name: Isambard Kingdom Brunel
Born on 9 April 1806 in Portsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire, South East England, England, United Kingdom, Europe
Deceased on 15 September 1859 in London, England, United Kingdom, Europe
Father of Henry Marc Brunel
Son of Marc Isambart Brunel
1830

Engineer of the Great Western Railway;
project for a railway line to Bristol;
Helps his father Marc Isambard Brunel with tunnel construction;
Designs and builds the first steam liners for transatlantic cruises, the "Great Western" and "Great Britain";

1855 - 1859

Royal Albert Bridge over the Tamar near Saltash

1858

Launch of 211-metre "Great Eastern" steamship.

Structures and Projects

Participation in the following structures & large-scale projects:

designer
resident engineer

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Internal Information
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Created: 29/12/1998
Last Updated: 22/07/2014