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EngineeringLate event draws the crowds

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Over 500 members of the public had an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the world of civil engineering when they attended EngineeringLate, an evening of live music and discussion at One Great George Street.

Visitors queued for a series of talks and debates on subjects including the best infrastructure project of the past 200 years, Engineers Without Borders’ international development work, and an infrastructure photography tutorial. Special activities included signal demonstrations from Network Rail and a Museum of Archaeology talk.

 

 

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