Victorian men of achievement

Victorian men of achievement

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Credit: BRITISH LIBRARY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Victorian men of achievement, Illustrated page celebrating the progress made during the reign of Queen Victoria due to the achievements of science and engineering. The portraits are of leading scientists and engineers. In anti-clockwise order, they are: Darwin, Herbert Spencer, Faraday, Tyndall, Huxley, Robert and George Stephenson, Rennie, Lyell, Kelvin, Brunel, Siemens and Rowland Hill. Image taken from Her Majesty's glorious Jubilee, 1897. The record number of a record reign. Published by the proprietors of the Illustrated London News. Originally published in London, 1897.

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