Archive Photographs - New Building

John Donat Photographs of New Building: 1962

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Picture 1.
Department entrance
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Picture 2.
Physics Museum and research room
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Picture 3.
First year Honours students at work in their laboratory. 6th floor
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Picture 4.
The Physics Museum, used as a meeting place for staff, technicians and research students, and also as a public art gallery.
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Picture 5.
The Main Workshop. Mr John Weston, Mr Arthur Waddington, Mr R. Lynn [probably] and Mr Eddie Dearman.
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Picture 6.
Physics Lecture Theatre
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Picture 7.
Spiral staircase bought from old building (East Wing) where it connected two floors on which the department was sited before 1960.
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Picture 8.
Liquefier and compressor room. Mr Wally Eagers
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Picture 9.
A view of the astrophysics laboratory on the roof, showing one of the telescopes.
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Picture 10.
Physics Building looking from North East
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Picture 11.
The Topolski mural painted in the North staircase of the research wing.
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Picture 12.
Typical service shelf with panel removed to show the arrangement of the pipework.
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Picture 13.
Entrance hall showing sketch by Leonardo.
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Picture 14.
A research student carrying out an experiment in low-temperature physics. Sid Stone.
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Picture 15.
A member of staff making a measurement in X-ray crystallography. Dr Frank Neale.
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Picture 16.
Physics library.
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Picture 17.
A combined staff room and laboratory.
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Picture 18.
The Physics Building from the East.
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Picture 19.
View from the sixth floor.
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Picture 20.
Prcession orbit of an electron tile pattern on the front of the Physics Building.
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Picture 21.
Peoples Palace, Clocktower and Physics Building.
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Picture 22.
Physics main entrance.
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Picture 23.
Entrance hall.