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The Engineering Tour

This London Engineering Project case study, part of the Royal Academy of Engineering collection, gives Year 8-10 students information and knowledge about some of London's famous landmarks.

The activity illustrates the role of engineers in shaping our environment and the challenges involved in designing and maintaining buildings and structures. Students consider how design, engineering and construction have developed through the ages. Tours are led by LEP student ambassadors and culminate in a ride on the London Eye.

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