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EERIAC 2021

This is the postponed event from 2020

WIAS – The History of the Kitchen Range

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

WIAS – Gloucestershire’s Industrial Heritage

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

GLIAS – London & Croydon Canal and Railway

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  

Berkshire IAG – The Gas Engines & Tylor Pump at the County Hall, Abingdon

An online talk hosted by Ruth Weinberg. Ruth will talk on the equipment that for the first half of the twentieth century provided Abingdon’s water supply while situated in the

Cambridge’s Changing Industrial Landscape From Above

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

WIAS – The Salt Archaeology of Cheshire

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

Berkshire IAG – The story of early incandescent light bulbs

An online talk hosted by John Holden, who will look at how this ubiquitous, but so important, product developed. The talk will include a case study of the Victorian Robertson

GLIAS – A Victorian Journalist’s View of London’s Industry

Evening talk by Ursula Jeffries. Register in advance for this event: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/glias-lecture-a-victorian-journalists-view-of-londons-industry-tickets-14027732826  

WIAS – Eighteenth Century Coventry Silkmen: Masters of the City’s Industrial Universe

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

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