The Industrial Archaeology of Northern Ireland
A major study of the growth and decline of transport and industry in Ulster, this extremely detailed and comprehensive book throws new light on the infrastructure of corn grinding, spade forging, paper making, and other industries, and examines the mechanics of early road, bridge, and canal construction, more than 850 photographs and charts are contained in this volume.
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Roads and Bridges
Canals and Inland Navigations
Animal Wind and Water Power
Flax and Linen
The Tyrone Coalfield
Conservation and Preservation
19th century Ballymena Ballymoney Banbridge Bangor bcdr Belfast Belfast & County Belfast & Northern bleaching bncr branch line brick bridge built coach coal Coalisland Coleraine collieries Comber company's construction Cookstown County Antrim County Armagh County Down Railway County Fermanagh County Londonderry County Tyrone Derry Donaghadee Downpatrick Dublin Dundalk Dungannon early Enniskillen extension flax former Foundry Foyle gearing harbour Holywood horizontal important Industrial Archaeology Irish railway Junction Lagan Larne Limavady Lisburn lock Lough Neagh Lower Bann machinery main line manufacture miles narrow gauge Newry north of Ireland Northern Counties Railway Northern Ireland Omagh operated original passenger platform Portadown Portrush rail river road scutching shaft spinning steam engine Strabane terminus town townland traffic tramway transport turbine turnpike Ulster Museum Ulster Railway Ulster Railway Company valley viaduct Vict cap water power waterwheel weaving wheel yarn
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