The photojournalist David White built a large box camera and using some techniques of a 150 years ago set about filming some of Robert Howlett's work. This Victorian photographer died very young, apparently from breathing in the toxic fumes when developing his films. White of course used non-toxic chemicals.
The resulting photographs showing Brunel's achievements and together with audio description can be seen at click here He made a fine job of it in my opinion and the result was remarkably authentic. TC.