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Affiliated Societies and Covid-19 – Cambridge IAS publishes Autumn programme

Cambridge Industrial Archaeology Society leads the way In March this year many of our Affiliated Societies decided, quite reasonably, that they were unable to run their usual style of events

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Angus & Brenda Buchanan

It was with great sadness that the AIA Council recently learnt of the deaths of two of the seminal figures in industrial archaeology. Brenda passed away on 14 April and

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Your archaeological site could be on the telly!

The AIA has been contacted by ‘Rare Television’ the production company behind the BBC TV series ‘Digging for Britain’ They are looking for ‘current and upcoming archaeological excavations that could

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Impact of COVID-19 on the UK industrial heritage sector

The wider industrial heritage and industrial archaeology sector has been severely hit by the COVID-19 health crisis. Between the 23rd March and the end of June 2020 all the 600+

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Cornish Engine Database now available online

Around the turn of the 20th / 21st century two men with a keen interest in the subject and a wealth of knowledge aimed to bring together data on all

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AIA creates Young Members Board

A great way to take the Association and Industrial Archaeology forward Council have decided to establish a Young Members Board as a sub-committee of the Association, composed of people who

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Live Webinar: Shoreline – From dry-docks to shipwrecks

Lloyds Register Foundation – Heritage & Education Centre Tuesday 23rd June 2020 13:00 Applied Research & Outreach Manager, Louise Sanger, will be hosting a webinar guiding researchers through the free

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Live Webinar: Seeing the Light: How gas lit up Victorian Britain

Monday 11 May 2020 19:40 The “virtual” Cambridge Museum of Technology presents another free, volunteer-produced webinar that explores the history, heritage and legacy of our industrial past. This live webinar

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Cambridge IAS gasworks webinar – recording available

A snapshot of Cambridge Riverside’s industrial history, one hundred years ago The Cambridge Industrial Archaeology Society, in conjunction with the Cambridge Museum of Technology switched its last meeting of this

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AIA April 2020 e-News Bulletin released

Click on the link below for updates not just on corona virus but also what we’ve been doing recently, and other industrial archaeology news from the UK and beyond.