An update to this blog post of almost two years ago… The Brunel Museum has now completed the renovation of the Grand Entrance Hall of the Thames Tunnel to be used as an event space. See an article describing it here.
During the Victorian Age, when science and technology advanced at a rapid pace, many engineering projects were novel and revolutionary. The Thames Tunnel was one such groundbreaking (pun intended) engineering feat of the Victorian Age, and the one upon which the great Victorian engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, cut his teeth.
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