industrial archaeology

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industrial archaeology

n
(Archaeology) the study of past industrial machines, works, etc
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It is the result of a collaboration with Dr David Gwyn, an industrial archaeologist who lives in Pen y Groes in the Nantlle Valley.
Industrial archaeologist Dr Stafford Linsley who has written the introduction for the book, said that by the 1870s Tyneside's industries were breaking records with near monotonous regularity: "Perhaps the most spectacular of these was the Armstrong Works along Scotswood Road, where a huge engineering concern was created on a somewhat constricted site.
Morin is an industrial archaeologist and the historic site administrator of Eckley Miners' Village, outside of Weatherly, Pennsylvania.
Fredric Quivik, an industrial archaeologist working at the site, said he and members of the community developed a good relationship with ARCO and launched a project in the mid-1980s to preserve and interpret sites and resources from the historic copper mining industry in the region.
You can understand why the music hall never took root in Egyptian popular culture, which messily brings me to the topic of smell, or, what the industrial archaeologist said in his introductory lecture: 'Tonight, I am going to speak on the subject of the 'old-factory' system.
In the process, he's become an industrial archaeologist and an artist in his own right.
Industrial archaeologist Sir Neil Cossons will give the keynote speech with other speakers from Austria, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands.
Industrial archaeologist Steve Little said: "Their significance in our history deserves recognition.
He is an anthropologist and industrial archaeologist turned archivist with research interests in nineteenth century American industrial communities, technologies, and business records.
The atmosphere created by the opening of the museum was likened by the industrial archaeologist and historian Dr Gwynfor Pierce Jones to being like Dinorwig quarry itself reopening - it's a sentiment Dr Roberts shared upon taking up his post as keeper in 1981.
SIR - It is with my background as an industrial archaeologist that I feel that Jack Kearns (Letters, July 15, about the restoration of miners' cottages at Penrhiwceiber, July 4) is wrong about coal industry housing and indeed the people who lived in them.

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