EMIAC 99 – East Midlands Industrial Archaeology Conference
The East Midlands Industrial Archaeology Conference is open to anyone with an interest in the subject. Our first Industrial Heritage Day was held in 1970 with the idea of enabling those interested to meet in different locations and learn about the variety of the industrial heritage of the region. There is no formal organisation, the participating societies taking it in turn to organise the event.
Setting up bookstalls and displays
Registration and coffee
Dazzling the Guests? Country-house owners’ investment in artificial lighting.
Cherry Ann Knott
Devey at Sudbury – architecture for a developing Victorian estate
Sudbury Gasworks Restoration Trust
Saving a unique building and finding it a future role
Lunch and time to look at the restored building and browse bookstalls and displays from industrial archaeology societies across the East Midlands
Walking tour of Sudbury village to see where the gas was distributed and admire some more of George Devey’s architecture.
Further details of the event and a link to book places are available online at: http://www.derbyshireas.org.uk/emiac