2 edition of Newsletter of the Gloucestershire Society for industrial archaeology. found in the catalog.
Newsletter of the Gloucestershire Society for industrial archaeology.
Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaelogy.
by Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology
Written in English
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Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology (GSIA) was formed in to study and record the history and physical remains of Gloucestershire industries. Society activities include lectures, walks and visits, fieldwork, an Annual Journal and regular news sheets. Contact Details Web: E-mail: [email protected] It also had an extensive transport system roads, canals and railways. The Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology (GSIA)is the main group in the County for the subject. GSIA was formed in to study and record the history and physical remains of Gloucestershire .
Bristol Industrial Archaeological Society, Thornbury, Gloucestershire. likes. BIAS covers Bristol and Bath, and the surrounding regions of the Avon 5/5(1). Gloucestershire Family History Society .. 25 Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology .. 26 Register entries are drawn from submissions by local history groups across the County, and we have done our best to represent those descriptions accurately.
Forest of Dean Local History Society Library (now at Sea Cadets' location) - 16/10/15 version. Books, Pamphlets and Articles. Allden, A, Darvill and Saville. Handbook of Gloucestershire Archaeology. Committee for Archaeology in Gloucestershire Almond, R, Mediaeval Hunting. The History Press. ISBN 0 3. Anstis, R. New Passage has long been the location for a ferry crossing to and from South Wales as the Severn estuary is narrow at this point. During the English Civil War, Prince Rupert was chased across the river, and the pursuing Roundheads drowned on the English Stones rocks after being assured by the ferryman of the safety of the crossing. By the end of the 17th Views: K.
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Welcome to the Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology (GSIA) website. The Society was formed in to study and record the history and physical remains of Gloucestershire industries.
Details of our activities, together with copies of our Journal articles and various pages relating to the County's industrial past may be seen by. S.E.
Wales Industrial Archaeology Society 5 Correspondence 6 The Later History of the Stroudwater Canal (school project) Local History Bulletin, Gloucestershire Community Council No. 12 10 Visits of Royalty to Woodchester, near Stroud 11 The Journal of Industrial Archaeology SIA Newsletter.
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Steam Engines Boulton and Watt Engines Supplied to Gloucestershire. The Woollen Cloth. I've included a scan of the introduction to the book by Steve Grudgings, its editor, and a further piece from the book by the late Robin Stiles, explaining the history of the book's discovery and its importance to Industrial Archaeology.
I've also included copies of a few pages from the book to give some idea of its contents. The Society's Annual General meeting is now scheduled to take place at pm on Saturday 5 September in room TC at the University of Gloucestershire's Park Campus in Cheltenham. A revised agenda for the AGM will be circulated nearer to the date of the meeting.
All other AGM papers issued with Newsletter 86 are expected to remain valid. Industrial Archaeology News is the newsletter of the AIA, published quarterly and sent to all members as part of the subscription.
It contains current news and information from the world of industrial archaeology in the UK and elsewhere. Regularly featured are reports from members and correspondents, news items, letters. INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY. You are viewing all stock in the "INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY" category.
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Edwards, Brian, ZNational Filling Factory No 5 Quedgeley, Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology Journalpp. [re a First World War shell filling factory]. Edwards, Brian, The Slimbridge munitions depot, Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology Journalpp.
This led to the convening of a British Conference on Industrial Archaeology (BCIA) in Bradford in and at the second BCIA in Glasgow it was proposed that a national society be formed the following year at the BCIA on the Isle of Man. Thus in the Association for Industrial Archaeology came into being, with Tom Rolt as its first president.
Our Society for Industrial Archaeology was formed in to promote the study of our industrial heritage, particularly that of Gloucestershire. Our activities include lectures, walks and visits, and fieldwork.
Genre/Form: Guidebooks: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology.; Association for Industrial Archaeology. Painswick Exhibition - Coats of Arms [Painswick Local History Society] The Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology have uploaded a digitised version of the first minute book of the Thames and Severn Canal company () which contains more that pages and is proving popular with canal historians.
Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology (GSIA) was formed in to study and record the history and physical remains of Gloucestershire industries.
Society activities include lectures, walks and visits, fieldwork, an Annual Journal and regular news sheets. The Society also publishes occasional Essay Volumes on particular themes and the Bristol and Gloucestershire Monographs, based on original research into aspects of the history of Bristol and/or Gloucestershire.
Online. Our online publications include digital surrogates of out of print books, unpublished reports and born digital publications. The SIA Newsletter (SIAN) has been published since by the Society for Industrial Archeology. The printed newsletter is sent to all SIA members, who also receive the Society’s journal, newsletter contains current news, recent publications and notices of conferences and events of interest to members of the SIA community.
Welcome to Gloucestershire Archaeology. If you are interested in the archaeology or local history of Gloucestershire, join us, at Gloucestershire Archaeology (GlosArch), and help to discover the past.
Whatever your experience you can participate in excavations, fieldwalking, geophysical surveying, document research and historic building recording. There are lectures. Gloucestershire County History Trust. Gloucestershire Family History Society. Gloucestershire Gardens & Landscape Trust.
Gloucestershire Local History Association. Gloucestershire Police Archives. Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology. Historical Association: Gloucestershire Branch. Workers Educational Association. District. of the Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology, will take us along the entire length of the river from its source in Dowdeswell parish, through (and under) Cheltenham town, and out to the River Severn by means of historic and modern photographs.
He will be looking particularly at the history of the former mills and what remains today. Gloucestershire Record Office, Alvin Street, Gloucester; it is usually available at Society meetings.
Country Walks in and around Leckhampton Preview Available from local shops or Leckhampton Green Land Action Group. Please telephone Anne or Jeremy Davis The Industrial Archaeology of Leckhampton Hill. Gloucestershire BMD Indexes Births, Marriages & Deaths.
Gloucestershire Family History Society. Gloucestershire Local History Association. Gloucestershire Local History Association Newsletters. Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology.
Gloucestershire Pubs. Old Pubs in Gloucestershire. Gloucestershire Trade Directories extracts Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology.
Industrial archaeology in Gloucestershire. [Gloucester] Gloucester Community Council; Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology.
ISBN: .By the late s, a number of local industrial archaeology groups had been formed in the UK, including the Gloucestershire Society for Industrial Archaeology inthe Bristol Industrial Archaeological Society inand the Greater London Industrial Archaeology Society inamong others.