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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 6641 1110
Name: 
Robert Stevenson
Robert Stevenson (Brits ingenieur (1772-1850))
Robert Stevenson (civil engineer)
Robert Stevenson (schottischer Leuchtturmbauer)
Stevenson, Robert
Stevenson, Robert (Scottish engineer, 1772-1850)
Роберт Стивенсон
ロバート・スチーブンソン
Dates: 
1772-1850
Creation class: 
Computer file
Language material
Related names: 
Buccleuch, Walter Francis Scott (1806-1884; Duke of))
Gauthey, Émiland-Marie (1732-1806))
Hann, James (1799-1856)
Hill, Laurence
Hosking, William (1800-1861)
Hughes, Thomas (1822-1896))
Moseley, Henry (1801-1872)
Robert Stevenson and Son
Stevenson, David (1815-1886)
Weale, John (1791-14862)
Titles: 
account of the Bell Rock light-house, including the details of the erection and peculiar structure of that edifice. -, An
account of the Bell Rock light-house ... to which is prefixed a historical view of the institution and progress of the northern light-houses, An
Bridges
English lighthouse tours : 1801, 1813, 1818
Journal of a trip to Holland, communicated, during a short tour in the year 1817, in letters to his daughter. -
Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin ; Records of a family of engineers
Notes on rail-ways. -
Observations upon the Alveus, or general bed of the German ocean and British channel, by Robert Stevenson,...
report of Robert Stevenson, civil engineer, The
Report relative to a line of canal ... 1817:
Report relative to lines of railway : surveyed from the ports of Perth, Arbroath and Montrose, into the valley of Strathmore ; with an appendix, containing estimates of expence and revenue, with data on which these documents are respectively founded, and a book of reference, shewing the adjacent property with the names of the owners and occupiers in the year 1826
Report relative to various lines of railway, from the coal-field of Mid-Lothian to the City of Edinburgh and Port of Leith : with plans and sections, showing the practicability of extending these lines of railway to Dalkeith, Musselburgh, Haddington and Dunbar, &c.
theory, practice, and architecture of bridges of stone, iron, timber, and wire, The : with examples on the priciples of suspension
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