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    <h1 id="title" class="card">Tribute to Isambard Kingdom Brunel</h1>
  <div id="img-div" class="card "><img id="image" class="card2" style="border-radius:25%; padding:14px;" src=",204,203,200_.jpg" alt="statue of Brunel">
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      <blockquote cite="" id="img-caption" style=" "><b>That is very fine; but it is impossible to make the men perfect; the men will always remain the same as they are now; and no legislation will make a man have more presence of mind, or, I believe, make him more cautious; and besides that, the next time such an accident occurs, the circumstances will be so different, that the instructions given to the men, in consequence of the former accident, will not apply.</b></blockquote>
      <a href="" target="_blank" id="tribute-link"><img src="" alt="Brunels_signature" title="Click for more (Wikipedia)"></a>
  <div class="card">
    <h2>About Isambard Kingdom Brunel...</h2>
    <article id="tribute-info" class="card2"><b>Isambard Kingdom Brunel</b>(1806-1859) was an English mechanical and civil engineer who is considered "one of the most ingenious and prolific figures in engineering history", "one of the 19th-century engineering giants", and "one of the greatest
      figures of the Industrial Revolution, [who] changed the face of the English landscape with his groundbreaking designs and ingenious constructions". Brunel built dockyards, the Great Western Railway, a series of steamships including the first propeller-driven
      transatlantic steamship, and numerous important bridges and tunnels. His designs revolutionised public transport and modern engineering. Though Brunel's projects were not always successful, they often contained innovative solutions to long-standing
      engineering problems. During his career, Brunel achieved many engineering firsts, including assisting in the building of the first tunnel under a navigable river and development of SS Great Britain, the first propeller-driven, ocean-going, iron
      ship, which, when built in 1843, was the largest ship ever built.</article>
    <h2>Top 5 Facts About Brunel(mouse-over for more info)...</h2>
    <ol class="card2">
      <li title="After completing his studies in France, Brunel’s first project was the construction of the underwater Thames Tunnel, which began in 1825 before finally being opened in 1843. Brunel was put in charge of operations, and quickly distinguished himself, although he narrowly avoided drowning after part of the tunnel flooded in 1828.">His career nearly ended before it began</li>

      <li title="Brunel’s first major commission was for a bridge spanning the Avon Gorge in Bristol, which he gained after winning a competition judged by architect Thomas Telford. Construction on what would become the Clifton Suspension Bridge began in 1831, though it wouldn’t be complete until 1864 – five years after Brunel’s death.">His first major project was also his last</li>

      <li title="After being appointed Chief Engineer of the Great Western Railway in 1833, Brunel spearheaded the design of numerous structures that for the most part have endured and remain prominent to this day, including the Wharncliffe and Chippenham viaducts, the Maidenhead Railway Bridge, the Box Tunnel and Bristol Temple Meads station.">Brunel put the Great in the Great Western Railway</li>
      <li title="Brunel was responsible for the design of the SS Great Western, the world’s first steamship purpose-built to complete transatlantic voyages. He also redesigned and constructed a number of the UK’s most important and influential docks, such as Cardiff, Bristol and Milford Haven. We really do owe him a lot, don’t we?">He built the first transatlantic steamship</li>
      <li title="A passion for architecture ran in the family – he worked with his father Marc during the construction of the Thames Tunnel, and his son Henry Marc later became a civil engineer, working on the design of the Blackfriars Railway Bridge and the SS Chauncy Maples. Like father like son!">It was a family-wide passion</li>

    <span>&copy; 2019. Created by Jerami Lessard </span>



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