The Industrial Archaeology of Northern Ireland

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Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1984 - Social Science - 395 pages
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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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Contents

Roads and Bridges
1
Canals and Inland Navigations
49
Railways
95
Animal Wind and Water Power
11
Flax and Linen
283
The Tyrone Coalfield
108
Conservation and Preservation
112
Appendix
123
Index
157
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