TICCIH Bulletin 77 Published

TICCIH Bulletin 77 Published

Image above from Russia: Moskoks coke plant in Moscow. Photo: Viktor Macha

Bulletin 77

TICCIH Bulletin No. 77 has just been published and distributed electronically to all current  TICCIH members. To get access to the complete bulletin, join or renew your TICCIH membership for 2017.

 Contents of Bulletin No. 77:
OPINION
  • Documenting the Ugliness, Viktor Macha
REPORT
  • The Cocheras de Cuatro Caminos: endangered origins of Madrid’s metro, Álvaro Bonet
WORLDWIDE
  • Early Railways Research, David Gwyn and Neil Cossons
  • At Risk: Negrelli-Hall Railway Freight Shed, Berthold Burckhardt, Massimo Preite and Günter Dinhobl
  • The ‘Solvent Belge’ Factory Collection, Freddy Joris
  • The First Welded Commercial Vessel, M/S Carolinian, Zachary Liollio
  •  The Mele Paper Museum, Alessandra Brignola
  • Remote Sensing Techniques for Industrial Archaeologists, Iain Stuart
  • Heritage Criteria for the Global Water Industry, James Douet
 MUSEUMS OF INDUSTRY
  • Sally Macdonald, director of the Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
  • Institute for Industrial Archaeology, History of Science and Technology, Helmuth Albrecht
  • Understanding Industrial Assets
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED
  • Oh Panama! Jonas Lie Paints the Panama Canal, by Kirsten M. Jensen and Bartholomew F. Bland, reviewed by Betsy Fahlman
  • Industrial Heritage Sites in Transformation – Clash of Discourses, by Heike Oevermann and Harald A. Mieg, reviewed by Marion Steiner
  • Tsumeb Copper Mine, Namibia’s Industrial Heritage, Judith Fait
  • Industrial Heritage in the Eyes of Experts/Experience, Nina Bartosova and Katarina Haberlandová
CONFERENCE CALENDAR