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Seven Wonders of the Industrial World - The Bellrock Lighthouse

Seven Wonders of the Industrial World  - The Bellrock Lighthouse
Seven Wonders of the Industrial World  - The Bellrock Lighthouse
Seven Wonders of the Industrial World  - The Bellrock Lighthouse
Seven Wonders of the Industrial World  - The Bellrock Lighthouse
Product Description
Seven Wonders of the Industrial World is a 7-part British documentary/docudrama television miniseries that originally aired from 4 September 2003 to 16 October 2003 on BBC. The programme examines seven engineering feats that occurred during the Industrial Revolution. AN EXCELLENT SERIES!!!

Student Video Guide with 11 questions that follow the documentary running order.

Bell Rock Lighthouse

This episode tells the story of the construction in the early 19th century of the offshore lighthouse on Bell Rock, by the Scottish engineer Robert Stevenson. Bell or Inchcape Rock was underwater except for a couple of hours at low tide each day. It had claimed the lives of sailors and sunk ships for hundreds of years, but its situation caused difficulties in producing a design that would stand up to the storms and waves that ravaged the area while simultaneously housing the builders who worked on it during the few months of fair weather available each year.
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