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Impacts of history

Graham Lee – Archaeology Officer

Further to my last blog post, here are some more examples of enthralling LiDAR imagery from the North York Moors. 605 more words

North York Moors

Black Country life: share your memories!

Ruth Collins is the last generation of a boating family. She travelled to her wedding in style, taking to the waterways to avoid her having to cross a lock in her wedding dress. 545 more words


Glen Davis Shale Oil Works

Recently I had the opportunity to take an old train from Lithgow to Capertee. Capertee is a small village on the road from Lithgow to Mudgee, past Wallerawang and Portland. 809 more words

Mountain Life


Capt Basil Hall‘s novel principle of fitting the wheel at the head in place of the stern, is adopted by the London and Westminster Steam boat company… 14 more words

Extant Waterways

Women of Steel | Sheffield 2018

Women of Steel | Barkers Pool Sheffield | 7 January 2018

The Women of Steel statue in Barkers Pool Sheffield is a bronze sculpture that commemorates the women of Sheffield who worked in the city’s steel industry during World War I and World War II. 17 more words


Job Vacancy: Industrial Heritage Support Officer

Details of a vacancy offered by the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust.

In partnership with English Heritage, the Association of Independent Museums and the Association for Industrial Archaeology, applications are invited for the following position: 242 more words

Industrial Heritage