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Hale Wharf – an update

Online

Roy Forshaw was the first industrial archaeologist to investigate Hale Cliff Wharf, on the River Mersey near to Speke, back in the 1980s. Now he has been back and found

Cambridge Horse Trams

Online

David Stubbings, Chairman of Chesterton Local History Society, continues his exploration of the history of transport in Cambridge, with an illustrated history of its lost tramways

Merseyside IHS AGM followed by Christmas Quiz

Online

COVID 19 makes it difficult to run a book sale and you may have to find your own festive refreshments but we can still hold the AGM. And Rob Jones

Free Industrial Heritage Webinar January 2021

Online

Historic England will be running a third free industrial heritage webinar which will look at the identification, assessment, and recording of industrial heritage sites through the planning process in England,

The Bridgewater Canal

Online

The Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society are hosting a zoom lecture on the Bridgewater Canal, Manchester by Dr Michael Nevell FSA MCIfA Please email if you are interested in attending:

GLIAS AGM

Online

Contact the Organiser to get a link for this online event: secretary@glias.org.uk

WIAS – The UK’s Forgotten Transporter Bridge

Online

WARWICKSHIRE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETY Online talk by Margaret Ingham Contact the secretary to obtain a link to join the meeting : Mr. R. Cragg Rogercragg@aol.com All ‘live’ meetings have been

GLIAS – City Road Basin

Online

Evening talk by Giles Eyre. Register for this event at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/glias-lecture-city-road-basin-tickets-140092104255  

Suffolk IAS – Underfall Yard, Bristol

Online

Ipswich Maritime Trust are hosting a Zoom talk with a speaker from the Underfall Yard Trust and have generously invited SIAS members to participate. Members of SIAS are familiar with

WIAS – The Salt Archaeology of Cheshire

Online

WARWICKSHIRE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETY Online talk by Dr Mike Nevell Contact the secretary to obtain a link to join the meeting : Mr. R. Cragg Rogercragg@aol.com All ‘live’ meetings have

Cambridge’s Changing Industrial Landscape From Above

Online

Cambridge Museum of Technology volunteer Dr. Gordon Davies provides an introductory overview to Cambridge's changing industrial landscape during the 20th century. Featuring familiar, not-so-familiar and disappeared industrial landmarks, sourced from

GLIAS – London & Croydon Canal and Railway

Online

An evening talk by Malcolm Bacchus. Register in advance for this event: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/glias-lecture-the-london-croydon-canal-and-the-london-croydon-railway-tickets-140278293151  

1st East-West Workshop on Industrial Archaeology

Online

The “1st East-West Workshop on Industrial Archaeology” aims to exchange ideas and knowledge among Western and Eastern colleagues to build a more international and diverse industrial archaeology. The activity is

Free

WIAS – Gloucestershire’s Industrial Heritage

Online

WARWICKSHIRE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETY Online talk by Dr Ray Wilson Contact the secretary to obtain a link to join the meeting : Mr. R. Cragg Rogercragg@aol.com All ‘live’ meetings have

WIAS – The History of the Kitchen Range

Online

WARWICKSHIRE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETY Online talk by Dr David Eveleigh Contact the secretary to obtain a link to join the meeting : Mr. R. Cragg Rogercragg@aol.com All ‘live’ meetings have

EERIAC 2021

Cambridge Museum of Technology The Old Pumping Station, Cheddars Lane, Cambridge

NOT A ZOOM EVENT!!! Possibly the first face-to-face Industrial Archaeology Conference after lockdown! Programme: 9.00 a.m Registration, Tea & Coffee, Set up Displays, (request space on Booking Form) 10.00 a.m.

£15.00

AIA Annual Conference 2021

Online

Our Annual Conference is to be a virtual event accessible via Zoom to run over a number of weekends in August and September in place of the usual physical conference.

Cambridge IAS – The Civil Aircraft Collection at IWM Duxford

Cambridge Museum of Technology The Old Pumping Station, Cheddars Lane, Cambridge

Evening talk by David Norman of the Duxford Aviation Society. The Civil Aircraft Collection ranges from the iconic Concorde to some of the post war work horses of British aviation

Scottish Salt Symposium, Brora, East Sutherland

Brora Primary School Hall 2 Johnstone Crescent, Brora

Brora was the most northerly centre of coal-fired sea salt manufacture by the direct boiling method in the 16th – 19th centuries. The Symposium brings salt historians, archaeologists, enthusiasts and

£27.54