Thames Tunnel Diorama
Gilbert Blout Letter
Special Collections Workshop
Brunel Special Collections holdings include printed books, including rare books published before 1800, historic periodicals, manuscript materials, ephemera, images and maps. Collections strengths include social history, principally in our Burnett Archive of Working Class Authobiography.
Individual topic guides are available detailing materials in our collections on the First World War, Second World War and Women's History.
You can find out more about each of our Special Collections using the links below. For details of arranging to access them see Using Our Collections.
For further details of the Brunel University archives, including information about predecessor colleges, please contact the Archives directly.
Apart from the Gilbert Blount and Brunel photographs collection, archival collections relating to Isambard Kingdom Brunel are at the Brunel Institute in Bristol.
Brunel Library History
Burnett Archive of Working-Class Autobiographies
Channel Tunnel Association
Fiction and the Cultural Mediation of Ageing
Poetry of the Now
Rare books and periodicals
Transport History Collection
Amanda Rohloff Moral Panics collection
D C Watt