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19th-century port
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The 19th-century port
Docks and industry transform the Thames
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Isambard Kingdom BrunelIsambard Kingdom Brunel
One of the greatest engineers in historyDuke of WellingtonDuke of Wellington
One of the finest soldiers in British historyJohn Scott RussellJohn Scott Russell
A groundbreaking naval architectCharles DickensCharles Dickens
The greatest English novelist of the Victorian eraWill ThorneWill Thorne
One of the first trade union activists
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