Bulletin 88 Published

Bulletin 88 Published


Photo Caption: The remains of a tower and smoke stacks at Acme Coke Plant surrounded by re-emerging grasses and trees growing up through the previously paved landscape south of Chicago, Illinois. (See “Industrial Decay, Nature’s Agency at Industrial Heritage Sites” below)


TICCIH Bulletin No. 88, featuring a new design by Esteban Vásquez, has been published and distributed electronically to all current TICCIH members. For access to the complete Bulletin, join or renew your TICCIH membership.

Contents of Bulletin No. 88:

TICCIH NEWS

  • Hello from Your New Secretary General: Marion Steiner

REPORT

  • Running Historical Engines Safely: Cornet, B. Chalançon, G. Rapp, A. Roda-Buch and L. Brambilla

WORLDWIDE

  • Green Gentrification, Historic Preservation, and New York’s High Line: Brian Rosa
  • Industrial Decay, Nature’s Agency at Industrial Heritage Sites: Gwen Stricker
  • The Historic Gornergrat Rack-and-Pinion Railway, an Inventory: Toni Häfliger, Marion Zahnd and Marc Wiese
  • Research and Dissemination for the Torviscosa Company Town: Anna Frangipane and Maria Vittoria Santi
  • The Industrial Casting Company (CIF): Diana Felícia
  • Re-Purposing Extinct Industrial Sites – Howrah Jute Presses: Abantika Mukherjee
  • International Competition for Adaptive Reuse of Rey Cement Factory: Sara Taymourtash

INDUSTRIAL MUSEUMS AND THE COVID RESPONSE

  • A Perspective from the United States: Bode Morin, Daphne Mayer, and Mike Piersa

TICCIH NEWS

  • Message from your President: Miles Oglethorpe
  • 2022 Coloquio Latinoamericano de Patrimonio Industrial, Monterrey, México: Camilo Contreras Delgado

CONFERENCE REPORT

  • Latin American TICCIH Congress in Guatemala: Marion Steiner

OBITUARY

  • Emory Leland Kemp: Dr. Billy Joe Peyton