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Where is it?

A correspondent is anxious to identify the location shown in a painting of a bridge over a canal.

It is most likely that the scene is somewhere on the wider waterways of northern England. 42 more words

Waterways

UK: Campaign to save transporter bridge over River Mersey

A FACEBOOK page to save the town’s transporter bridge, across the River Mersey, has gathered momentum after a BBC broadcast on Monday.

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Walking in the World Heritage Site Landscape

The landscape surrounding Blaenavon comprises natural beauty combined with rugged reminders of the industries that once ravished this region. It is an area of global significance that has been recognised as a ‘cultural landscape’ in that it typifies the combined efforts of nature and man. 302 more words

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USA: T/TT position in IA in Michigan TEch


“Hello all, Michigan Technological University’s Industrial Archaeology program is hiring for a third Tenure/Trenure-track faculty position this year. This open-level position will be filled by an industrial archaeologist.” 8 more words

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UK: 40 years protecting the industrial heritage in Flanders


“ The first industrial building in Flanders was protected by law in August 1975: the old distillery ‘Stellingwerff-Theunissen’ in Hasselt, which then seemed to be doomed for demolishment and to be replaced by modern flats.” 8 more words

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USA: Watch Detroit change before your very eyes


“ To see how the Motor City has changed over some of its 313 years, simply drag your mouse across the photos from left to right and watch Detroit transform before your eyes.” 8 more words

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UK: 'Rags to Riches' project teaches Hayle school children about town's heritage - The Cornishman


“ A huge cylinder that formed part of the largest steam engine ever built is at the heart of a project in Hayle to help school children understand the town’s industrial heritage. 13 more words

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