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Isambard Kingdom Brunel
Birthday
BirthplacePortsmouth, England
Died
NationalityBritish
EducationLycée Henri-IV University of Caen

Brunel

1. Isambard Kingdom . 1806--59, English engineer: designer of the Clifton Suspension Bridge (1828), many railway lines, tunnels, bridges, etc., and the steamships Great Western (1838), Great Britain (1845), and Great Eastern (1858)
2. his father, Sir Marc Isambard. 1769--1849, French engineer in England
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Sir Kenneth Branagh dressed as Isambard Kingdom Brunel for the 2012 Olympics in London and read (http://www.
The Brunel Lecture Series was established by the ICE in 1999 in memory of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, one of the world's most respected pioneering engineers.
00pm) With specialist subjects Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the Islands of Micronesia, the Life and Music of Johnnie Ray and the London Borough of Wandsworth.
In a tribute to British engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the two teams design and build paddle boats capable of crossing the 'Scrapheap Atlantic'.
Brunel by Annabel Gillings (a BBC television producer of Science and History programs) is the biography of Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-59) whose life and work as an entrepreneurial Victorian engineer in England is nothing short of impressive.
Just prior to leaving for America to gain her latest and greatest achievement, Tanya was the winner of two Isambard Kingdom Brunel Awards and she has been invited to be a speaker at the Brunel celebrations in Bristol in July.
The book was chosen to coincide with the bicentennial celebrations of the birth of engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, who did much of his work in south-west England, The Guardian said.
And fortunately Alec French Architects have avoided the temptation to do so in the company of the SS Great Britain; the iron-hulled, steam-powered, screw-propeller-driven liner, designed and built in Bristol in the mid-1800s by legendary engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
THE gamble on Isambard Kingdom Brunel for Great Briton has gathered pace, writes Paul Kealy.
In Khedoori's untitled zodiac, instruments of progress hatched in the golden age of engineering - from Mason-Dixon to Isambard Kingdom Brunel - reappear as empty chrysalises.
1859: Isambard Kingdom Brunel, , pictured, Britain's greatest British engineer, died.
The Loughor Viaduct replacement programme saw Network Rail, Tony Gee & Partners, Carillion Rail and Mabey Bridge working together to engineer, fabricate and install a new structure to replace the original wooden viaduct built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1880.