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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(1974) Industrial Archeology of North-East England, vol.
The area is also rich in industrial archeology and there are opportunities to visit the sites that were the cradle of the Industrial Revolution.
In "Looking For Work: Industrial Archeology In Columbia County, New York", industrial historian Peter H.
CLEVELAND Industrial Archeology Society is hosting a talk about the Rosedale branch railway and Ironstone mines, presented by local historian Malcolm Bisby on Wednesday, October 20, in Swainby village hall, at 7.30pm.
Activities include special train rides on the Vale of Rheidol Railway, guided walks at Hafod and Pwllperian and an exploration of the industrial archeology at Cwmystwyth mine.
Two major gaps in the bookshelves of those interested in railway history or industrial archeology of the Midlands have been filled by local authors.
A good selection of books can widen your knowledge of industrial archeology.
Also, Harris's interest in industrial archeology (IA) appears in a brief appendix that lists important IA sites that complement the study of the iron industry.

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