Eastern Transept 1862 International Exhibition; 1862
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Eastern Transept 1862 International Exhibition; 1862


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Eastern Transept 1862 International Exhibition.
The International Exhibition was held at South Kensington in 1862 that hoped to repeat the success
and profitability of the 1851 Great Exhibition.
The building was constructed as a permanent structure unlike the Crystal Palace. The Thames
Iron Company supplied the wrought iron for The Nave from the Eastern Dome Eastern Transept
The Nave from the Western Dome
the roof and large domes. The building was not favorably received and demolished at the end of the exhibition. The displays attracted over six million visitors. Many London manufacturers exhibited their products, including marine engines made




1862 AD - 1862 AD

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