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Iconic steel bridge bids for heritage status

The Forth Bridge, the first major structure in the UK to be built with steel, has been chosen to be put forward to Unesco for possible world heritage status. …

Raising a maritime treasure

Rejoining the London skyline, the fully restored Cutty Sark has been opened to the public once again. Resting in a steel cradle, the vessel has been raised …

Historic tea clipper Cutty Sark reopens

Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, has officially reopened the Cutty Sark, the world’s last surviving tea …

New home for historic flagship to open next year

A new museum and permanent home for the hull of the Mary Rose – Henry VIII’s flagship – which was raised from the seabed of The Solent near Portsmouth in …

Swinging back into action

One of only eight transporter bridges in the world, Newport’s historic steel landmark recently reopened to the public following a major …

New role sought for pioneering tower block

English Heritage has rescued the world’s first metal framed building, but the challenge now is to find a new use for it. The historic forerunner of the …

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