Who was Rowland Mason Ordish?

The Royal Albert Hall, with BDP’s CAD image of the roof.

A very talented Victorian engineer, that’s who, and he deserves a lot more credit than he generally gets for the design of the great St Pancras train shed, working with the Midland Railway’s engineer, William Henry Barlow.

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