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A tour of the history and workings of Richmond lock.
Technically, Richmond Lock is a half-tide lock and barrage, which also incorporates a public footbridge. For about two hours each side of high tide, the sluice gates which make up the barrage are raised into the footbridge structure above, and river traffic can pass through the barrage unimpeded.
There are a limited number of places to take the guided tour of this historic structure, so please confirm your interest using the booking form.
Peter Mudge, Technology Fellow, NDT, TWI will discuss the history and development of ultrasonic testing for medical and industrial use, plus recent innovations and factors affecting performance.
Chairman's Address & Lecture on Downsizing for Fuel Efficiency
Young members present their thesis projects
Guest speaker Alan King (IMechE) will discuss the IMechE chartership and mentoring processes, providing advice and guidance to applicants and mentors.
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