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Choose from 1,725 pictures in our Tunnels collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

The hollow head of the Sphinx, Egypt Featured Tunnels Print

The hollow head of the Sphinx, Egypt

Remarkable discoveries within the Sphinx: the temple within its hollow head. Professor G. A. Reisner's interesting discoveries. A diagrammatic view of hidden temples and a stairway inside the Sphinx. Date: 1913

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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View of the (proposed) western archway of the Thames Tunnel, London, c1831 Featured Tunnels Print

View of the (proposed) western archway of the Thames Tunnel, London, c1831

View of the (proposed) western archway of the Thames Tunnel, London, c1831. The Thames Tunnel, connecting Wapping and Rotherhithe, was the first underwater tunnel in the world. Completed as a foot tunnel in 1843, it was converted to a railway tunnel for the East London Railway in the 1860s. Sir Marc Isambard Brunel designed the tunnel, and his son, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, was site engineer

© London Metropolitan Archives (City of London) / Heritage-Images

'Grand Old Lady', the Iconic Art Deco New Yorker Hotel Featured Tunnels Print

"Grand Old Lady", the Iconic Art Deco New Yorker Hotel

The New Yorker Hotel, New York whose design reflects the zoning laws introduced in the city, mid 1930s. From her iconic Art Deco style to her ingenious American construction, the "Grand Old Lady" has been striking component of the New York skyline, towering above all others and illuminating it since her 1930 inception. Built with a private power plant, an underground tunnel to Penn Station and even an ice rink, The New Yorker was the most technologically advanced of her day. At the height of her popularity she hosted influential politicians, celebrities, and sports figures, and entertained in The Terrace Room with the who's who of the Big Band era. Today she returns to her roots, proving that she was destined for greatness from the very start.
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