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Archaeology of the Industrial Revolution

Dust jacket, 206pp., 28cm x 22cm, heavy book. Good condition.

Useful guide to the key sites in British industrial history. This is a unique book. It surveys the whole range of eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth century industrial activity. This is the first full-colour pictorial survey of the remains…

Archaeology of the Montgomeryshire Canal

This work forms an introduction to the heritage of the Montgomeryshire Canal for the interested archaeologist or historian. The Canal’s superb position amidst the verdant pastures and steep wooded hills of the Severn Valley is matched and complemented by a wide range of structures connected with the canal itself. This…

Armley mills

Armley mills - once the World’s largest woolen mill - occupy one of the best sites in the whole of the West Riding for harnessing water power. 16pp., 23cm x 18cm, colour photographs throughout.

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Ashton windmill

A5 16pp pls card covers b/w photos and line drawings throughout. An updated and extended version of the original guidebook written by WG Hall

3 of 113 pages

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