You are here: Home > Image Details
Image Details  

Royal Indian Engineering College, Coopers Hill, Egham, Surrey

Royal Indian Engineering College, Coopers Hill, Egham, Surrey
 
Reproduced by permission of Oxfordshire County Council
Reference Number: HT01611
 
Caption: Stereo view of the college, which was founded by Sir George Tomkyns Chesney in 1870. It was used to train engineers for the Indian Public Works department. Courses included forestry and mathematics and applied mechanics. The College closed in 1906 when it became a private residence. It is now the Runnymede campus for Brunel University.
Photographer: Henry Taunt Date Taken: 1875
Collection: Henry W Taunt
Archive Holder: Centre for Oxfordshire Studies
Glossary Stereo view