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Blueprint of modern construction can be found in a tech cluster... of 19th century England

27 posts, Latest by Mike Richards at Friday 28th September 2018 22:49 GMT

Mirror mirror on sea wall, spot those airships, make Kaiser bawl

66 posts, Latest by james swiers at Friday 28th September 2018 22:09 GMT

Presto chango, crypto buyo: You're travelling like El Reg's gang of nerds

78 posts, Latest by Charles83 at Wednesday 30th May 2018 13:09 GMT

Take-off crash 'n' burn didn't kill the Concorde, it was just too bloody expensive to maintain

240 posts, Latest by GodBlessIBM at Wednesday 9th May 2018 13:38 GMT

Fancy a viaduct? We have a wrought Victorian iron marvel to sell you

80 posts, Latest by james swiers at Monday 23rd July 2018 21:40 GMT

Life's a beach – then you're the comms nexus of the British Empire and Marconi-baiting hax0rs

44 posts, Latest by gypsythief at Thursday 22nd March 2018 22:22 GMT

Worcestershire's airborne electronics warfare wonderland

38 posts, Latest by John Brown (no body) at Monday 15th January 2018 20:33 GMT

Hotter than the Sun: JET – Earth’s biggest fusion reactor, in Culham

141 posts, Latest by james swiers at Wednesday 8th August 2018 13:12 GMT

Fancy that! Craft which float over everything on a cushion of air

100 posts, Latest by james swiers at Monday 23rd July 2018 21:40 GMT

Everything you never knew about mail: The Postal Museum opens

20 posts, Latest by CarlWoods at Tuesday 14th August 2018 09:27 GMT

Reg reader turns Geek's Guides to Britain into Geek's Map of Britain

36 posts, Latest by x 7 at Sunday 23rd July 2017 09:46 GMT

Extreme trainspotting on Britain's highest (and windiest) railway

110 posts, Latest by Stuart21551 at Monday 10th July 2017 08:34 GMT

Lochs, rifle stocks and two EPIC sea gates: Thomas Telford's Highland waterway

52 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Tuesday 6th June 2017 12:56 GMT

Going underground: The Royal Mail's great London train squeeze

68 posts, Latest by Paul Woodhouse at Tuesday 7th February 2017 13:51 GMT

Turing, Hauser, Sinclair – haunt computing's Cambridge A-team stamping ground

54 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Sunday 27th November 2016 16:56 GMT

Avoiding Liverpool was the aim: All aboard the world's ONLY moving aqueduct

75 posts, Latest by Missing Semicolon at Friday 23rd September 2016 15:59 GMT

Inside Electric Mountain: Britain's biggest rechargeable battery

185 posts, Latest by MachDiamond at Friday 2nd September 2016 22:17 GMT

The field at the centre of the universe: Cambridge's outdoor pulsar pusher

34 posts, Latest by hugo tyson at Wednesday 3rd August 2016 10:08 GMT

Come on kids, let's go play in the abandoned nuclear power station

141 posts, Latest by JCitizen at Friday 17th February 2017 19:55 GMT

Bletchley Park remembers 'forgotten genius' Gordon Welchman

78 posts, Latest by Andromeda451 at Thursday 5th October 2017 20:36 GMT

Bookworms' Weston mecca: The Oxford institution with a Swindon secret

25 posts, Latest by Pulsehx at Friday 20th July 2018 10:30 GMT

Rock reboot and the Welsh windy wonder: Centre for Alternative Technology

41 posts, Latest by Roadcrew at Tuesday 17th November 2015 09:23 GMT

Get thee behind me, Satanic mills! Robert Owen's Scottish legacy

30 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Monday 14th September 2015 17:20 GMT

The Great Barrier Relief – Inside London's heavy metal and concrete defence act

87 posts, Latest by JPL at Friday 24th July 2015 12:55 GMT

Planet killer: Ex-army officer's Welsh space-rock mission

22 posts, Latest by SonofRojBlake at Monday 15th January 2018 09:00 GMT

Taming the Thames – The place that plugged London's Great Stink

74 posts, Latest by CarlWoods at Tuesday 14th August 2018 09:26 GMT

Bridge, ship 'n' tunnel – the Brunels' hidden Thames trip

50 posts, Latest by Loyal Commenter at Tuesday 30th June 2015 11:50 GMT

Saturn's rings, radio waves ... poetry? At home with Scotland's Mr Physics

24 posts, Latest by malcolmd3111 at Saturday 24th February 2018 13:03 GMT

Marconi: The West of England's very own Italian wireless pioneer

81 posts, Latest by maddforit at Thursday 9th April 2015 01:24 GMT

Suffering satellites! Goonhilly's ARTHUR REBORN for SPAAAACE

48 posts, Latest by Paul A Jackson at Friday 27th February 2015 10:02 GMT

Kingston's aviation empire: From industry firsts to Airfix heroes

58 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Thursday 12th July 2018 15:26 GMT

Drivers? Where we’re going, we don’t need drivers…

43 posts, Latest by JeffyPoooh at Tuesday 29th December 2015 02:01 GMT

Measure for measure: We visit the most applied-physicist-rich building in the UK

42 posts, Latest by Matt Bryant at Tuesday 17th June 2014 14:42 GMT

IBM Hursley Park: Where Big Blue buries the past, polishes family jewels

46 posts, Latest by Domeyhead at Tuesday 22nd April 2014 15:29 GMT

Mosquitoes, Comets and Vampires: The de Havilland Museum

115 posts, Latest by Paul 77 at Friday 3rd January 2014 01:21 GMT

How the UK's national memory lives in a ROBOT in Kew

52 posts, Latest by maconrad at Tuesday 17th December 2013 16:46 GMT

Meet the world's one-of-a-kind ENORMO barge-bowling bridge of Falkirk

40 posts, Latest by John 62 at Thursday 29th August 2013 12:13 GMT

Boffins, Tunnel Tigers and Scotland's world-first power mountain

74 posts, Latest by SImon Hobson at Monday 5th August 2013 16:21 GMT

Hanslope Park: Home of Britain’s ‘real-life Q division’

32 posts, Latest by phuzz at Tuesday 9th July 2013 11:04 GMT

Love in an elevator.... testing mast: The National Lift Tower

55 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Monday 8th July 2013 00:00 GMT

Rise of the machines, south of Milton Keynes

38 posts, Latest by Tom 7 at Tuesday 9th July 2013 10:15 GMT

INSIDE GCHQ: Welcome to Cheltenham's cottage industry

70 posts, Latest by phuzz at Friday 7th June 2013 09:03 GMT

The bunker at the end of the world - in Essex

123 posts, Latest by Clive Galway at Saturday 1st June 2013 17:09 GMT

BT Tower is just a relic? Wrong: It relays 18,000hrs of telly daily

89 posts, Latest by Alan Brown at Sunday 26th May 2013 14:16 GMT

Reg man bested in geek-to-geek combat - in World War 3 nerve centre

31 posts, Latest by Destroy All Monsters at Sunday 31st March 2013 11:27 GMT

Blighty's revolutionary Cold War teashop computer - and Nigella Lawson

44 posts, Latest by Emeritus at Sunday 31st March 2013 20:13 GMT

Inside Adastral: BT's Belgium-sized broadband boffinry base

73 posts, Latest by paulf at Tuesday 2nd April 2013 11:08 GMT

Reg man goes time travelling at iconic observatory

49 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Wednesday 3rd April 2013 08:24 GMT

Boffin road trip! The Reg presents Geek's Guide to Britain

56 posts, Latest by Alan Brown at Friday 22nd March 2013 16:03 GMT

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