6 edition of Derbyshire industrial archaeology directory found in the catalog.
Derbyshire industrial archaeology directory
|Statement||compiled by Lesley Northrop.|
|Contributions||Derbyshire Archaeological Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 16 p.;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||72882866|
Fearn, S. Sheffield was particularly hard hit during the United Kingdom floods and the 'Big Freeze'. Derby: Breedon Books. Basingstoke: Macmillan Education. Enclosure Acts, Awards and Plans.
Painting for money: the visual arts and the public sphere in 18th century England. London: Macmillan. Tarmac donated Stoneycroft quarry to the town after its closure in and volunteers converted it for community use. London: Oxford University Press.
National initiatives to improve housing and employment conditions largely failed, and mills fell empty and decayed. At that time, the area was within the territory of the Brigantes tribe, whose main base was in Yorkshire. R Tolkien. The book explores how people have lived and worked in the landscape, from scattered farmsteads to Medieval villages, and industrial sites from different ages, where lead, coal and stone have been mined and quarried. London: Batsford. Klingender, F.
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The Second World War changed this: military stores, metals, machine tools, munitions, rubber and essential industries moved into the empty factories and left Glossop with a more diverse range of industries.
Cromford Canal Society, Transformation of a valley: the Derbyshire Derwent. London: Allison and Busby. Harris, J. Estate villages: who cares? However, for a time the Comford and High Peak Railway did have the sharpest curve out of all railways in Britain and the steepest incline for vehicles without steam power.
Helmshore: Helmshore Local History Society. London: Macmillan. In it came into the ownership of the Howard family, the Dukes of Norfolkwho held it for the next years. There are rumours that there is Wirksworth lead in the colosseum in Rome.
Latest news from our members. Belper: a study of its history based on visual evidence. Friday November 15, by Fiona H New Peak District archaeology book — Reading the Peak District Landscape A new book has been launched to help people understand how the Peak District landscape has been shaped over thousands of years by past generations.
Daniel, S. I hope that people reading the book will be inspired to look at what is around them in different ways and start to read for themselves the evidence they can see in the landscape.
Wirksworth was the primary producer of red tape for Whitehall. It seems that Messrs G Wheatcroft operated the first service under contract and this commenced in May In the city narrowly escaped another flood, despite extensive work by the Environment Agency to clear local river channels since the event.
Find out more about the Barmote Court. George Sorocold of Derby. The short section from Shallcross Yard to Whaley Bridge, including the inclined plane, remained open until the 9 April London: Eyre and Spottiswoode.
Fielden, J. Midland Wind and Water Mills Group Mills and Millers of Ireland Mills Archive - sharing records and history relating to traditional mills and milling Mills of Northern Ireland - details of over mill sites with a list of their functions and owners.
The transformation of England: essays in the economic and social history of England in the 18th century. Fearn, S.atlasbowling.com: derbyshire archaeology. Skip to main content. Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology: A Gazetteer of Sites Part V. North East Derbyshire.
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Dec 31, · Introduction.
Following on from the post on Christmas Folklore, Superstitions, Carols and Customs from Victorian Derbyshire recorded by Sidney Oldall Addy within his late 19 th century Household Tales and Traditional Remains, this post brings together extracts from this book relating superstitions, rituals and folktales for the New Year.
In this book, Addy speculates as to the origin of .