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"Built to withstand the test of time, these iconic structures and moments showcase human ingenuity and craftsmanship throughout history

Background imageBuilt Collection: Durbar Square at dawn with Garuda statue on column

Durbar Square at dawn with Garuda statue on column facing Krishna Mandir temple built in 1637 in Indian style, with twin roofed pagoda style Jagannarayan temple behind, Patan, Kathmandu Valley

Background imageBuilt Collection: Steamship Alabama

Steamship Alabama
British-built raiding vessel for the Confederate Navy during the war between the States

Background imageBuilt Collection: Jack in the Green 1872

Jack in the Green 1872
Jack-in-the-Green is performed outside Montagu House, Portman Square, London. The house was originally built in 1782 for Elizabeth Montagu, a noted social figure

Background imageBuilt Collection: Rooftop Golf

Rooftop Golf
Hotels in New York (Hotel Ogden in this photo) built golf courses, and even held tournaments, to keep the businessmans mind off the Depression

Background imageBuilt Collection: NIOBE WARSHIP

NIOBE WARSHIP
Battleship built in Britain for the Royal Canadian Navy

Background imageBuilt Collection: AIRCO DH-4

AIRCO DH-4
Designed by Geoffrey De Havilland, this two-seat biplane is Britains first purpose-built bomber

Background imageBuilt Collection: Mayhew / Wandsworth Prison

Mayhew / Wandsworth Prison
Built in 1851 and originally called the Surrey House of Correction. This picture shows the adult school in the chapel on the separate system

Background imageBuilt Collection: Steam Fire Engine

Steam Fire Engine
Canterburys steam fire- engine, built be Messrs Merryweather & sons, of Greenwich

Background imageBuilt Collection: British Industries Fair

British Industries Fair
A striking red and black poster for the British Industries Fair which was held in the Empire Hall, Olympia, which was built for this event & opened in 1929

Background imageBuilt Collection: Queenwood College

Queenwood College
Housed in the former Richard Owen Socialist community building Harmony Hall (built 1841) between 1847-1896. Burnt down in 1903. Former maths master: John Tyndall

Background imageBuilt Collection: The Savoy Chapel

The Savoy Chapel, Savoy Hill, Strand, London. It stands on part of the site of the ancient Palace of Savoy and is part of the hospital built by Henry VII in 1505

Background imageBuilt Collection: Cowling Castle 1735

Cowling Castle 1735
South view of Cowling Castle, near Rochester, Kent, England. Built by Lord John Cobham in 1381

Background imageBuilt Collection: Royal Exchange (Original

Royal Exchange (Original
Inspired by the bourse at Antwerp, Thomas Gresham built the first Royal Exchange at Cornhill, City of London; it was destroyed in the Fire of London, 1666

Background imageBuilt Collection: Chartist Housing Estate

Chartist Housing Estate
The Chartist estate at Snigs End, Gloucestershire, one of several built by Feargus O Connor for workers. Sadly, the promised Paradise is a disastrous failure

Background imageBuilt Collection: NEWBURN, Newburn is a semi rural village, parish, electoral ward and former urban

NEWBURN, Newburn is a semi rural village, parish, electoral ward and former urban district in western Tyne and Wear, North East England

Background imageBuilt Collection: Yas Marina Hotel and Formula 1 race track, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Yas Marina Hotel and Formula 1 race track, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, UAE

Background imageBuilt Collection: Beach house

Beach house
Michel Guyot

Background imageBuilt Collection: Beach house

Beach house
Michel Guyot

Background imageBuilt Collection: Vita monastica

Vita monastica
Raffaele Corte

Background imageBuilt Collection: Arrowed roof

Arrowed roof
Luc Vangindertael (laGrange)

Background imageBuilt Collection: Beach house

Beach house
Michel Guyot

Background imageBuilt Collection: Vita monastica

Vita monastica
Raffaele Corte

Background imageBuilt Collection: Arrowed roof

Arrowed roof
Luc Vangindertael (laGrange)

Background imageBuilt Collection: Beach house

Beach house
Michel Guyot

Background imageBuilt Collection: Real snow igloo house in the winter mountains. Snow-covered firs

Real snow igloo house in the winter mountains. Snow-covered firs and mountain peaks on the background. Foggy forest with snowy spruce Real snow igloo house in the winter mountains

Background imageBuilt Collection: Boeing RC-135U-BN Combat Sent 3 63-9792

Boeing RC-135U-BN Combat Sent 3 63-9792
United States Air Force - Boeing RC-135U-BN Combat Sent 3 63-9792 (msn 18706). Built as an RC-135B specification from the outset and later modified by Martin as an RC-135C

Background imageBuilt Collection: Langhammer L-10 Libelle D-8564

Langhammer L-10 Libelle D-8564. The sole Libelle designed by Bitz, Linner and Zollerwas built by Scheibe. Date: circa 1982

Background imageBuilt Collection: Rockwell Space Shuttle Orbiter OV-101 Enterprise

Rockwell Space Shuttle Orbiter OV-101 Enterprise. The first Orbiter built, used for atmospheric flight testing and never up-graded to flight status

Background imageBuilt Collection: North American P-51D Mustang N335J MISS BARDAHL

North American P-51D Mustang N335J MISS BARDAHL
North American P-51D-30 NA Mustang N335J (msn 122-41044) MISS BARDAHL, race number 49 built as P-51D-30-NA 44-74506 for the United States Army Air Force (USaF)6 December 1950

Background imageBuilt Collection: The former Whitechapel Union workhouse on Southern Grove (formerly South Grove)

The former Whitechapel Union workhouse on Southern Grove (formerly South Grove), Mile End, was designed by Richard Robert Long and erected in 1870-71. Date: 2002

Background imageBuilt Collection: Foden Steam Wagon AN9568 London Pride

Foden Steam Wagon AN9568 London Pride (msn 13138), built 1928, at a 1959 Walford Cross auction. (Foden Trucks was a British truck)

Background imageBuilt Collection: Foden D-type Steam Wagon RX1719 Early Bird

Foden D-type Steam Wagon RX1719 Early Bird
Foden D-type Steam Wagon reg. RX1719 Early Bird (msn 12852), built 1927, at Ferndown in dorset. (Foden Trucks was a British truck)

Background imageBuilt Collection: Aveling & Porter Steam Roller BY2185

Aveling & Porter Steam Roller BY2185 (msn 2185), built 1886, of Croydon Corporation, at the 1959 Crystal Palace Steam Rally

Background imageBuilt Collection: Handley Page Clive III G-ABYX

Handley Page Clive III G-ABYX of Sir Alan Cobhams National Aviation Day flying circus. One of the Hinaidi I prototypes, J9126

Background imageBuilt Collection: Laister-Kauffman TG-4A NC46324

Laister-Kauffman TG-4A NC46324
Laister-Kauffman TG-4A, (LK-10 Yankee Doodle 2 ), NC46324 awaiting launch at a gliding club in the US. After brief use by the United States Army Air Force (USaF) during the war

Background imageBuilt Collection: The Victory Clock Tower of Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India

The Victory Clock Tower of Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India - built to commemorate victory in WW1. Date: circa 1920

Background imageBuilt Collection: The Mills on the River Marne at Meaux, France

The Mills on the River Marne at Meaux, France
The Mills, built on wooden piles on the River Marne at Meaux in the Seine-et-Marne department in the Ile-de-France region in the metropolitan area of Paris, France. Date: circa 1900

Background imageBuilt Collection: Tower Bridge, 2011. Creator: Ethel Davies

Tower Bridge, 2011. Creator: Ethel Davies
Tower Bridge, one of the most famous in the world and an iconic image for London, built in the late 19th century and crossing the River Thames, from the South Bank to the City, London, SE1 to EC3

Background imageBuilt Collection: Tower Bridge & ships, 2013. Creator: Ethel Davies

Tower Bridge & ships, 2013. Creator: Ethel Davies
Tower Bridge, one of the most famous in the world and an iconic image for London, built in the late 19th century and crossing the River Thames, from the South Bank to the City

Background imageBuilt Collection: We smite the lazy workers, 1931. Artist: Anonymous

We smite the lazy workers, 1931. Artist: Anonymous
We smite the lazy workers, 1931. Found in the collection of the Russian State Library, Moscow

Background imageBuilt Collection: Yas Marina Hotel and Formula 1 race track, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Yas Marina Hotel and Formula 1 race track, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, UAE

Background imageBuilt Collection: Yemen, Hadhramaut, Wadi Do an, Ribat Ba-Ashan. A happy Yemeni man holds his AK-47

Yemen, Hadhramaut, Wadi Do an, Ribat Ba-Ashan. A happy Yemeni man holds his AK-47

Background imageBuilt Collection: India, Karnataka, Mysore, City Palace, people walking outside the Maharajas Palace

India, Karnataka, Mysore, City Palace, people walking outside the Maharajas Palace

Background imageBuilt Collection: Beach house

Beach house
Michel Guyot

Background imageBuilt Collection: Vita monastica

Vita monastica
Raffaele Corte

Background imageBuilt Collection: Portrait of Shah Jahan

Portrait of Shah Jahan
3609741 Portrait of Shah Jahan by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageBuilt Collection: Portrait of Babar

Portrait of Babar
3609742 Portrait of Babar by Indian School; Private Collection; Dinodia

Background imageBuilt Collection: King Ramses II, among the gods. Comes from the small temple built by King Ramses II at Abydos

King Ramses II, among the gods. Comes from the small temple built by King Ramses II at Abydos
529571 King Ramses II, among the gods. Comes from the small temple built by King Ramses II at Abydos. About 1275 BC (19th dynasty) (painted limestone) by Egyptian; Universal History Archive/UIG




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"Built to withstand the test of time, these iconic structures and moments showcase human ingenuity and craftsmanship throughout history. From the heroic RMS Carpathia in 1903, rescuing survivors of the Titanic tragedy, to the elegant Runcorn-Widnes Bridge connecting communities with its architectural marvel. Captain Woolf Barnato's Bentley exudes luxury and precision, a testament to engineering excellence. The Bauhaus Building stands as a symbol of modernist design principles that revolutionized architecture. The Four Eddystone Lighthouses have guided countless sailors through treacherous waters, their sturdy construction enduring fierce storms. The Westfield SEI British car embodies British automotive heritage with its sleek lines and powerful performance on the road. Rugby at Murrayfield stadium in Scotland epitomizes strength and teamwork as players battle it out on hallowed grounds. Even amidst gales, Bishop Rock Lighthouse remains steadfastly guarding ships from perilous rocks—a true beacon of hope in turbulent times. HMS Duke of York firing a broadside during World War II showcases military might harnessed for defense purposes. Artistic mastery comes alive with Saint Fiacre in Field painting depicting nature's beauty nurtured by human hands. Whitley Bay Lighthouse stands tall against crashing waves, guiding seafarers home safely. Lastly, we can't forget about the Hanging Gardens of Babylon—an ancient wonder built to awe generations with lush greenery suspended high above ground level. " In each instance, these remarkable feats remind us that when determination meets skillful craftsmanship, incredible things are built that leave an indelible mark on our world.