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open Blueprint of modern construction can be found in a tech cluster... of 19th century England 27
open Mirror mirror on sea wall, spot those airships, make Kaiser bawl 66
open Presto chango, crypto buyo: You're travelling like El Reg's gang of nerds 78
open Take-off crash 'n' burn didn't kill the Concorde, it was just too bloody expensive to maintain 240
open Fancy a viaduct? We have a wrought Victorian iron marvel to sell you 80
open Life's a beach – then you're the comms nexus of the British Empire and Marconi-baiting hax0rs 44
open Worcestershire's airborne electronics warfare wonderland 38
open Hotter than the Sun: JET – Earth’s biggest fusion reactor, in Culham 141
open Fancy that! Craft which float over everything on a cushion of air 100
open Everything you never knew about mail: The Postal Museum opens 20
open Reg reader turns Geek's Guides to Britain into Geek's Map of Britain 36
By x 7
open Extreme trainspotting on Britain's highest (and windiest) railway 110
open Lochs, rifle stocks and two EPIC sea gates: Thomas Telford's Highland waterway 52
open Going underground: The Royal Mail's great London train squeeze 68
open Turing, Hauser, Sinclair – haunt computing's Cambridge A-team stamping ground 54
open Avoiding Liverpool was the aim: All aboard the world's ONLY moving aqueduct 75
open Inside Electric Mountain: Britain's biggest rechargeable battery 185
open The field at the centre of the universe: Cambridge's outdoor pulsar pusher 34
open Come on kids, let's go play in the abandoned nuclear power station 141
open Bletchley Park remembers 'forgotten genius' Gordon Welchman 78
open Bookworms' Weston mecca: The Oxford institution with a Swindon secret 25
By Pulsehx
open Rock reboot and the Welsh windy wonder: Centre for Alternative Technology 41
open Get thee behind me, Satanic mills! Robert Owen's Scottish legacy 30
open The Great Barrier Relief – Inside London's heavy metal and concrete defence act 87
By JPL
open Planet killer: Ex-army officer's Welsh space-rock mission 22
open Taming the Thames – The place that plugged London's Great Stink 74
open Bridge, ship 'n' tunnel – the Brunels' hidden Thames trip 50
open Saturn's rings, radio waves ... poetry? At home with Scotland's Mr Physics 24
open Marconi: The West of England's very own Italian wireless pioneer 81
open Suffering satellites! Goonhilly's ARTHUR REBORN for SPAAAACE 48
open Kingston's aviation empire: From industry firsts to Airfix heroes 58
closed Drivers? Where we’re going, we don’t need drivers… 43
closed Measure for measure: We visit the most applied-physicist-rich building in the UK 42
closed IBM Hursley Park: Where Big Blue buries the past, polishes family jewels 46
closed Mosquitoes, Comets and Vampires: The de Havilland Museum 115
By Paul 77
closed How the UK's national memory lives in a ROBOT in Kew 52
closed Meet the world's one-of-a-kind ENORMO barge-bowling bridge of Falkirk 40
By John 62
closed Boffins, Tunnel Tigers and Scotland's world-first power mountain 74
closed Hanslope Park: Home of Britain’s ‘real-life Q division’ 32
By phuzz
closed Love in an elevator.... testing mast: The National Lift Tower 55
closed Rise of the machines, south of Milton Keynes 38
By Tom 7
closed INSIDE GCHQ: Welcome to Cheltenham's cottage industry 70
By phuzz
closed The bunker at the end of the world - in Essex 123
closed BT Tower is just a relic? Wrong: It relays 18,000hrs of telly daily 89
closed Reg man bested in geek-to-geek combat - in World War 3 nerve centre 31
closed Blighty's revolutionary Cold War teashop computer - and Nigella Lawson 44
closed Inside Adastral: BT's Belgium-sized broadband boffinry base 73
By paulf
closed Reg man goes time travelling at iconic observatory 49
closed Boffin road trip! The Reg presents Geek's Guide to Britain 56

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