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079 - Cornwall Railway - Timber Viaducts

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Twenty two drawings on one sheet. Drawings include general elevation, general plan and various details and sections of the timber viaduct between Penpons and Cambourne.

05 March 1851

Four drawings on one sheet. Drawing No. 23 for Falmouth Contract. First drawing is of an elevation of the viaduct, second drawing is of view at end pier, third drawing is of a different view at end of pier, fourth drawing is of a plan. Drawing is signed by Rob Thorpe & Sons. Exhibited July 1861, traced by Thorpe and sons. Copy to Mr. [Bletchley] October 22nd 1861.

01 July 1861

Four drawings on one sheet. Coombe Lake Timber Viaduct. First drawing is of an elevation, second drawing is of transverse section at side opening, third drawing is of transverse section, fourth drawing is of a plan

1850-1860

Twenty eight drawings on one sheet relating to Keyham Creek Viaduct amended drawing. Drawings include details of nuts and ties, elevations, wrought iron keys and washers and general details.

1850-1860

Twelve drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of an elevation, second drawing is of west abutment sections at G, F and E, third drawing is of east abutment elevation, south side, fourth drawing is of section through IK, fifth drawing is of west abutment plan of foundations through CD, sixth drawing is of east abutment, seventh drawing is of west abutment, eighth drawing is of enlarged scale of pier B, eight drawing is of east abutment plan of foundations through AB, ninth drawing is of east abutment, tenth drawing is of east abutment sections at L, M and N, twelfth drawing is of section thro' OP.

1845-1860

Fourteen drawings on one sheet. Drawing are of elevations, longitudinal sections of Timber work, joints and castings of Coombe Lake Timber Viaduct.

1850-1860

Two separate sets of drawings on one sheet. Four drawings in first set. First drawing is of an elevation of the viaduct, second drawing is of view at end pier, third drawing is of a different view at end of pier, fourth drawing is of a plan. Two drawings in second set of drawings. First drawing is of an elevation, second drawing is of a plan.

[1861]

Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of a plan of the route of the viaduct, second drawing is of an elevation of the full length of the viaduct, third drawing is of a plan of the viaduct. Drawing is for St. Germans Contract as sanctioned by admiralty. Drawing is signed by I K Brunel. This is duplicate drawing No. 4 referred to in their lordship's aspect inscribed on No.1. Signed by the admiralty on 28th March 1857.

19 March 1857

Fifteen drawings on one sheet. Drawings are of plans, longitudinal sections, castings and joggles.

01 August 1857

Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of a plan of the route of the viaduct, second drawing is of an elevation of the full length of the viaduct, third drawing is of a plan of the viaduct. Drawing is for St. Germans Contract as sanctioned by admiralty. Duplicate drawing no. 1 to be transmitted to the Cornwall Railway Company. The Lords Commissioned of the admiralty hereby assent (in so far as this Lordship's jurisdiction is concerned) to the application of the Cornwall Railway Company for permission to construct viaducts over the following navigations: - Coombe Lake, Wivelscombe Lake, Grove Lake, River Nottar, River Lynher on St. Germans, and Forden Lake, as shown by the plans and sections on seven drawings, numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, [ ] and herewith attached. Signed by I K Brunel.

19 March 1857

Five drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of an elevation, second drawing is of section at GH, third drawing is of section at IK, fourth drawing is of cast iron washers for 1 and a 1/2 bolts at L, fifth drawing is of casting at E.

20 October 1857

2 drawings on one sheet showing general plan and elevation of Weston Mill Creek Viaduct.

18 April 1854

Twenty four drawings on one sheet relating to Keyham Creek Viaduct amended drawing. Drawings include details of nuts and ties, elevations, wrought iron keys and washers and general details.

05 December 1857

Three drawings on one sheet of timber pier platform including iron work.

10 September 1858

Eleven drawings on one sheet. Ten drawings are cross sections of rock, one drawing is of plan of area of rock. Signed at 18 Duke Street by Robert Pearson Brereton

24 December 1854

Two sets of drawing on one sheet. First set is of Ringwell Viaduct and also applies to Perran, Pascoe, Trelever, Pansanooth and College Wood Viaducts and there are three drawings in set. First drawing is of longitudinal section over Abutment Pier, second drawing is of longitudinal section, third drawing is of transverse section. Stamped '18 Duke Street / R. P. B / Westminster'. Second set is of Pascoe Viaduct and there are three drawings in set. First drawing is of an elevation, second drawing is of a transverse section, third drawing is of a plan.

26 March 1861 and 28 January 1854

Four drawings on one sheet of details of truss of a timber viaduct. First drawing is of a longitudinal section, second drawing is of transverse section at AB, third drawing is of transverse section at CD, fourth drawing is of transverse section at EF.

07 December 1858

Three drawings on one sheet. First drawing is of a plan of the route of the viaduct, second drawing is of an elevation of the full length of the viaduct, third drawing is of a plan of the viaduct. Drawing is for St. Germans Contract as sanctioned by admiralty. Drawing is signed by I K Brunel. This is duplicate drawing No. 3 referred to in their lordship's aspect inscribed on No.1. Signed by the admiralty on 28th March 1857.

19 March 1857

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