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PART ONE The Materials and Field Evidence of Industrial Archaeology
The Metallic Raw Materials
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Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet adits alum bellows bellpits blast furnace bloomery blowing house brick bridges building built canal carried cast cast-iron centre charcoal clay coal Coalbrookdale coalfields coke colliery complete copper corn-mill cottages Derbyshire diameter early eighteenth century evidence example excavation factory feet field floor flue forge fuel glass Grassington hammer heaps hearth horse industrial archaeology Industrial Revolution iron kiln large number larger later lead machinery manufacture metal methods miles mill mineral mines monuments moulds museum nineteenth century Pennines period pits Plate pots pottery preservation pumping quarries railway raw materials recording remains reverberatory reverberatory furnace river roads Roman Romano-British salt seventeenth century shaft shale Sheffield sixteenth century slag smelt-mill smelting smithies South Yorkshire steam engine steel stone structures sulphur textile timber town trade tramway transport usually wagonways warehouses water wheel wool Yorkshire