Bulletin 95 Published

Bulletin 95 Published


Photo Caption: The coking plant at the Zollverein World Heritage Site is today looked upon as a quantity of ovens that produced too much carbon dioxide.


TICCIH Bulletin No. 95 has been published and distributed electronically to all current TICCIH members.

Contents of Bulletin No. 95:

TICCIH PRESIDENT’S COLUMN
  • REFLECTING ON 2021 – FROM COVID TO COP26: Miles Oglethorpe
REPORT
  • THE RESURGENCE OF CHATHAM DOCKYARD: Paul Smith
WORLDWIDE
  • BUILDING TOMORROW’S ARCHIVES TODAY: Bernard Bay
  • CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT OF RYDE WATER PUMPING STATION: Philip Bennett
  • MEMORY AND INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE: Guilherme Pinheiro Pozzer
  • SYSERT IRONWORKS: Andrey Burganov, Anastasiya Biryukova and Nadezhda Solonina
MONTREAL CONGRESS 2022
  • INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE IN CANADA (PART 1): Alain Gelly
TICCIH NEWS
  • AUSTRALIA’S NATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE: Keith Baker
  • INTERNSHIP AT TICCIH AUSTRIA: Enikő Charlotte Zöller

WORLD HERITAGE ISSUES

  • URBAN LANDSCAPE AND THE DELISTING OF LIVERPOOL – MARITIME MERCANTILE CITY: Dennis Rodwell
  • THE TRANS-IRANIAN RAILWAY: Hassan Bazazzadeh, Mohsen Ghomeshi and Asma Mehan
MODERN INDUSTRIAL MUSEUMS
  • REPURPOSING HISTORIC AVIATION BUILDINGS: Allan Winn
  • WARSAW’S NORBLIN FACTORY: Michał Bogusławski and Marek Mroziewicz
CONFERENCE REPORTS
  • INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE CULTURE IN THE 2020s: Anders Houltz
BOOK REVIEWS
  • FROM COTTONMILL TO COTTONOPOLIS: HOW TEXTILE FACTORIES SHAPE URBAN FORM: Massimo Preite
  • RAILROADS, A HISTORY IN DRAWINGS: Betsy Fahlman