A collection of extremely rare letters written by engineer isambard kingdom brunel has been found the 15 documents authored by brunel from 1832 to 1846 were discovered in an archive room at . The passenger shed station approach bristol bs1 6qh brunels grade i listed victorian passenger shed and its faade now sit adjacent to temple meads station they are used as a conference and venue hire space and are not regularly open to the public wwwbrunels old stationcouk brunels great western railway ran from bristol to london. Although isambard kingdom brunel was not born in bristol much of his work was carried out here the son of marc brunel a noted engineer he first came to bristol in 1828 convalescing after an accident in tunnel construction under the thames when he had dived to rescue some of those trapped. Bristols famous engineer brunel brunels bristol although not born in bristol much of the work of isambard kingdom brunel was carried out here bristol has taken this excellent british engineer to its heart the son of marc brunel a noted engineer he first came to the city in 1828. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit from the dry dock to dressing up and exploring the cabins all members of staff were informative and extremely friendlyread more
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