Broughton Hall

Broughton Hall

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Broughton Hall houses several wind tunnels as well as a collection of diesel engines furnished by the navy. Engraved under the cornice of the building on two sides are the names of renowned engineers: Brayton Beau de Rochas Diesel Otto Carnot Brown Barber Lanoir Priestman and Barnett. The building is named after Joseph Melville Broughton (1888-1949) who was elected governor of North Carolina in 1941 and to the U.S. Senate in 1948.
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