Industrial archeology

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Industrial archeology

Studying the remains and saving landmark examples of American engineering, such as factories, bridges, railroads, steel plants, and mills.
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Rolt remains a significant figure in post-war British conservation, especially that related to inland waterways and railways, and (after 1954) related to industrial archaeology and museums.
Gould, who recreated the Mason Bogie locomotive in SolidWorks, also uses that program for much of his industrial archaeology work.
SPECIAL BREW: INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY OF THE KLONDIKE BREWERY.
The book features short biographies of 81 inventors and innovators, looks at 19th century technology and examines the popular field of industrial archaeology.
TIME OUT: "My photographic interests interact with my interests in industrial archaeology and the two support my engineering activities in the structural refurbishment of old, often listed, buildings, which can be absorbing work.
While not as useful a study of colonial labour history as it might have been, this work is, nonetheless, a significant contribution to historical industrial archaeology.
This is, without question, the most ambitious study of American industrial archaeology in print and the most sophisticated ever produced in any country.
McCutcheon, The Industrial Archaeology of Northern Ireland (Rutherford, NJ, 1984), p.
Happily, The Texture of Industry now provides a more accurate and more attractive --picture of what industrial archaeology is really about and, in the process, illuminates the industrialization of North America.
A brief introduction discusses the rediscovery of the site in the 1970s and the nature and status of the field of industrial archaeology.
The exhibition will explains what industrial archaeology is, and why it is important.

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