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Research News Issue 17-18: Spring 2012

Front cover for Research News Issue 17-18

This special double edition of Research News is devoted to recent English Heritage applied research into our industrial heritage.

Contents

 

Introduction

New discoveries and interpretations

Industrial antiquaries

Ditherington Flax Mill

A landscape of mills, walks and workshops

Germans, guns and gas in south London

The story of the Iona II

Significant signal boxes

Industry on the Hoo Peninsula, Kent

Downside Mill, Surrey

Luton hatting industry

Developing Methodologies

From the Euston Arch to the NHPP – half a century of official involvement in industrial heritage

National recording of industrial heritage

Skills and knowledge – developing capacity to support the NHPP

Industrial Heritage at Risk

Notes & News

Research Reports

New Publications

Additional Information

  • Series: Research News/Historic England Research
  • Publication Status: Completed
  • Product Code: 51763
  • ISSN: 17502446

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