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Blueprint of modern construction can be found in a tech cluster... of 19th century England

Geek's Guide to Britain The world's first iron-framed building will return to service soon

Mirror mirror on sea wall, spot those airships, make Kaiser bawl

Geek's Guide to Britain The North East's Zeppelin warning system is largely forgotten

Presto chango, crypto buyo: You're travelling like El Reg's gang of nerds

Fancy micropaying for the great Geek's Guide eBook?

Take-off crash 'n' burn didn't kill the Concorde, it was just too bloody expensive to maintain

Geek's Guide to Britain Yet Filton display shows it's among the world's best-loved aircraft

Fancy a viaduct? We have a wrought Victorian iron marvel to sell you

Geek's Guide to Britain Myth, legend and the lucky escape of Bennerley

Life's a beach – then you're the comms nexus of the British Empire and Marconi-baiting hax0rs

Geek's Guide to Britain Inside Porthcurno's world-spanning telegraphy web

Worcestershire's airborne electronics warfare wonderland

Geek's Guide to Britain What Bernard Lovell did before Jodrell Bank

Hotter than the Sun: JET – Earth’s biggest fusion reactor, in Culham

Geek's Guide to Britain A star performer producing fission-free plasma power

Fancy that! Craft which float over everything on a cushion of air

Geeks' Guide to Britain A hidden British engineering gem: The Hovercraft Museum

Everything you never knew about mail: The Postal Museum opens

Plus: We take a sneak peek at London's other tube network, Mail Rail

Reg reader turns Geek's Guides to Britain into Geek's Map of Britain

Too lazy to plug GPS co-ords into satnav? Fear not, gypsythief has saved you

Extreme trainspotting on Britain's highest (and windiest) railway

Geek's Guide to Britain Tibet? Pah! A £20m ride puts the Highlands at your feet

Lochs, rifle stocks and two EPIC sea gates: Thomas Telford's Highland waterway

GEEK'S GUIDE TO BRITAIN Feats of engineering, projections busted - the Caledonian Canal

Going underground: The Royal Mail's great London train squeeze

Geek's Guide to Britain Uber cars, Amazon drones? Pah! Driverless deliveries from a different age

Turing, Hauser, Sinclair – haunt computing's Cambridge A-team stamping ground

Geek's Guide to Britain From Acorns to bedrooms

Avoiding Liverpool was the aim: All aboard the world's ONLY moving aqueduct

Geek's Guide to Britain Barton Aqueduct – where heavy metal shifts H2O

Inside Electric Mountain: Britain's biggest rechargeable battery

Swallow massive lake, regurgitate, repeat

The field at the centre of the universe: Cambridge's outdoor pulsar pusher

Geek's Guide to Britain Radio astronomy, sheds and high-explosive ordnance

Come on kids, let's go play in the abandoned nuclear power station

Geek's Guide to Britain After oil, before shale: the future that never was

Bletchley Park remembers 'forgotten genius' Gordon Welchman

Head of Hut Six 'a disastrous example to others' – GCHQ

Bookworms' Weston mecca: The Oxford institution with a Swindon secret

Geek's Guide to Britain The 400-year-old Uni library with a big-box backer

Rock reboot and the Welsh windy wonder: Centre for Alternative Technology

Geek's Guide to Britain Biomass and the pit

Get thee behind me, Satanic mills! Robert Owen's Scottish legacy

Geek's Guide to Britain Inside the works of Scotland's industrial revolutionary

The Great Barrier Relief – Inside London's heavy metal and concrete defence act

Geek's Guide to Britain Waves against the machine

Planet killer: Ex-army officer's Welsh space-rock mission

Geek's Guide to Britain Tunguska, Chelyabinsk... Powys

Taming the Thames – The place that plugged London's Great Stink

Geek's Guide to Britain How Joseph Bazalgette flushed the capital into the modern age

Bridge, ship 'n' tunnel – the Brunels' hidden Thames trip

Geek's Guide to Britain Monument to a trio who left their mark on Blighty

Saturn's rings, radio waves ... poetry? At home with Scotland's Mr Physics

Geek's Guide to Britain James Clerk Maxwell's house

Marconi: The West of England's very own Italian wireless pioneer

Geek's Guide to Britain A trip to the Lizard King's monument

Suffering satellites! Goonhilly's ARTHUR REBORN for SPAAAACE

Geek's Guide to Britain BT's sat comms site repurposed

Kingston's aviation empire: From industry firsts to Airfix heroes

Geek's Guide to Britain Sir Thomas Sopwith's suburban Surrey hub

Measure for measure: We visit the most applied-physicist-rich building in the UK

Geek's Guide to Britain Like an ass whose back with kilograms of Concorde bows...

IBM Hursley Park: Where Big Blue buries the past, polishes family jewels

Geek's Guide to Britain How the internet of things has deep roots in the English countryside

Mosquitoes, Comets and Vampires: The de Havilland Museum

Geek's Guide to Britain When the British aerospace industry was more than just British Aerospace

How the UK's national memory lives in a ROBOT in Kew

Geek's Guide to Britain El Reg visits the National Archives

TAT-1: Call the cable guy, all I see is a beautiful beach

Geek's Guide to Britain 57 years on, Reg man visits scene of first transatlantic voice call

Bletchley rebooted: The crypto factory time remembered

Geek's Guide to Britain High commands and dirty words in German – the story retold

Meet the world's one-of-a-kind ENORMO barge-bowling bridge of Falkirk

Geek's Guide to Britain When is a wheel not a wheel? When it's a lift

Boffins, Tunnel Tigers and Scotland's world-first power mountain

Geek's Guide to Britain The hollowing heroes who reversed nature

Hanslope Park: Home of Britain’s ‘real-life Q division’

Geek's Guide to Britain The Buckinghamshire haunt of spooks, BOFHs and boffins

Love in an elevator.... testing mast: The National Lift Tower

Geek's Guide to Britain El Reg shows where you can go and get truly shafted

Rise of the machines, south of Milton Keynes

Geek's Guide to Britain Computers make a noise at TNMOC

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