2 edition of Industrial archaeology in Devon found in the catalog.
Industrial archaeology in Devon
Walter Edward Minchinton
by Dartington Amenity Research Trust in (Totnes) ((Shinners Bridge, Dartington, Totnes, Devon))
Written in English
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IHN Cornwall & Devon. and a quarterly newsletter, Industrial Archaeology News. Mill situated on the National Trust estate Killerton and only a short distance from Exeter, was listed in the Domesday Book but the present working mill is Victorian. It was acquired by the . THE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF DARTMOOR. by Helen Harris. Published by David & Charles. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper. Blue board, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. New impression with corrections. Light bumping along cover edge. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Some page edge.
Barton, DB. 'A History of Copper Mining in Cornwall & Devon', Truro Bookshop, Truro Booker, Frank , 'The Industrial Archaeology of the Tamar Valley', David & Charles, Newton Abbot. Brooke, J. 'The Kalmeter Journal: The journal of a visit to Cornwall, Devon and Somerset in by Henric Kalmeter'.Twelveheads Press, Truro. Greeves, TAP. 'Tin Mines and Miners of. Industrial Archaeology in Devon by W. E. Minchinton Insight Great Breaks Devon & Cornwall by Apa An Introduction to the Laws of the Duchy of Cornwall, The Scilly Isles and Devon by John Kirkhope.
Industrial Archaeology of the Tamar Valley by Frank Booker Newton Abbot, David & Charles () Index prepared by John Bravin The River Tamar, the boundary between Devon and Cornwall, was once among the busiest trade highways in Southern England. On its banks was situated a thriving industrial community, diverse colourful and vital. The Use of Power in the Early Industrial Development of Hull. Roy Gregory. West Devon. Andrew Pye & Peter Weddell. Pages: Published online: 18 Jul The Association for Industrial Archaeology. none. Pages: Published online: 18 Jul Citation | PDF ( KB).
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THE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF DEVON W7: Postbridge, the best known of Devon's clapper bridges HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION Devon is the third largest county in England, bordering on Cornwall in the west and Dorset and Somerset in the east. It is unique in that it has two distinctly separate coastlines - north and south.
TheFile Size: 5MB. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Minchinton, Walter E. Industrial archaeology in Devon. Dartington, Totnes (Devon), Dartington Amenity Research Trust . 'this book is undoubtedly a excellent introduction to industrial archaeology in Britain at present.' - The archaeologist `University departments who exclude the industrial period from their curricula, and old-school industrial archaeologists who resist the inevitability of a changing world, take note.
book stans out from the text is jaunty, the design interesting and the Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chitty, Michael. Industrial archaeology of Exeter. [Exeter] ([c/o Dept. of Economic History, University of Exeter, Exeter, EX4 4PU Devon]):.
About this Item: Greater London Industrial Archaeology Society, UK, Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. This is a soft cover pamphlet styles book in near fine condition with only some very light scuffing to the front and rear cover and the slightest of bumping too the RH top and bottom front edge.
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Past field trips have included visits to mining sites on Dartmoor, guided town walks to view features of the industrial past, and factory visits. We aim to maintain contact with other South-West IA societies and in the Section organised and hosted the annual South West and Wales regional Industrial Archaeology Conference.
Industrial archaeology (IA) is the systematic study of material evidence associated with the industrial past. This evidence, collectively referred to as industrial heritage, includes buildings, machinery, artifacts, sites, infrastructure, documents and other items associated with the production, manufacture, extraction, transport or construction of a product or range of products.
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Covering the valley running north from the Laira estuary to Clearbook, Industrial Archaeology of the Plym Valley describes the railways, quarries, mines, mills and clay works that once operated there, looking at both the physical remains and the. The Industrial Archaeology of the Tamar Valley by Frank Booker and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Ernie Hoblyn’s book on ‘The Industrial Archaeology of the Plym Valley’ covers the Plym from Clearbrook (which is strictly on the Meavy) down to the start of the Laira estuary.
The book comprises eleven chapters. It is illustrated in black and white with archive and modern photographs as well as maps and plans/5(8). Dorset Industrial Archaeology Society is for all those interested in the industrial archaeology and industrial history of Dorset.
Interests of our members include all aspects of traditional industry, also agriculture, transport, and military history and remains. We have regular winter evening meetings, normally in. > Industrial Archaeology Section Newsletter 4 Why not stay in with us. We have plenty of Devon-related material to read here: the latest additions are listed below.
Industrial Archaeology News is the newsletter of the AIA, published quarterly and sent to all members as part of the subscription. It contains current news and information from the world of industrial archaeology in the UK and elsewhere.
book review Early Railways 6: Papers from the Sixth Annual Early Railways Conference Anthony Coulls (ed.), Milton Keynes: Six Martlets Publishing, pp., illus. £55 (hb).Foggintor Quarry is located on a flat and desolate part of Dartmoor in the heart of a landscape scattered with granite boulders and old industrial ruins.
There was once a rocky outcrop, known locally as Foggin Tor, now there is just a vast and rugged pit filled with clear cold water.
Foggintor Quarry opened around as “Royal Oak Quarry”.THE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF DARTMOOR. by Helen Harris. Published by David & Charles.
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