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Great engineers - 2: Brunel, father & son

Between the Brunels and the Rennies there is a marked resemblance in that in both cases a distinguished father begat a distinguished son who was able to continue the work successfully initiated. A. Trystan Edwards

Author(s): Edwards, A Trystan

Keywords: engineers;isambard marc brunel;i k brunel;biographies