industrial archaeology


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industrial archaeology

n
(Archaeology) the study of past industrial machines, works, etc
industrial archaeologist n
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At Skelton Park Pit were, from left, Matthew Standeven, Gisborough Estate; Simon Chapman, Cleveland Mining Heritage; Jeremy Garside, Tees Valley Wildlife Trust; Allan Spanner, Guisborough Angling Club; Carl Thomas, Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council; Ian Blair, Forest Enterprise; Tracy Hilton, Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council; Councillor Philip Thomson, Charles Morris of Cleveland Industrial Archaeology Society and Councillor David Walsh
Lionel Thomas Caswall Rolt (1910-74) wrote prolificacy about British railways, canals, museums, industrial archaeology and engineering biography; this essay considers his writings up to 1954, when his practical involvements in conservation reduced.
Asimismo, BUCHANAN, Robert Angus, Industrial Archaeology in Britain, Londres, Peguin Books, 1972 y PANNELL, John Percival Masterman, The techniques of Industrial Archaeology, Cardiff, Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1974.
Excavate the region's past on Saturday, April 27 on an Industrial Archaeology Course.
The mine itself dates from the 19th century and is of importance for local history and national industrial archaeology.
The project has considerable significance in the fields of industrial archaeology and African archaeology, and underlines Qatar and the Qatar Foundation's international standing as investors in research and global cultural heritage.
It had a wonderful, working country life and I discovered what a wonderful character for industrial archaeology it had.
Kirkaldy's is helped by close links to Imperial College and the benign influence of the Greater London Industrial Archaeology Society but its long-term survival, now that Southwark has been "discovered", has to be in some doubt.
Mr Oldfield said: "We did a series of seven based on industrial archaeology, which were good, butwe just decided to start with some new ones.
Coyne tells you where to see the industrial archaeology of now defunct industries.
change in fortunes, with an interest in industrial archaeology attracting historians and tourists alike, and a museum being opened in the town of Coalbrookdale to record the Gorge story.

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