A guide to the industrial archaeology of Europe
Presents a country-by-country guide to the most interesting sites in Europe, including mills, factories, mines, quarries, railways, ports, canals, and museums of industry and technology.
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A.A. Continental Handbook agricultural Alba Iulia Barcelona blast-furnaces brewery bridge bruk buildings built Carpalla centre coal Coalbrookdale copper Denmark Drevja early east eighteenth century established Europe example factory famous Finland forge foundry France furnace German Democratic Republic Greece harbour Hargshamn Helen's Bay houses Hungary important industrial monuments installed interesting iron industry iron-ore ironworks Kerava kilometres Lake Leningrad Location of sites machinery Map 1o Map 1o fg Map 5 CD Map 9 metres mill mining modern modernised Motala Netherlands nineteenth century north-east north-west Norway oldest open-air museum original plate port production quarries Railway Museum Railway Station rebuilt river road salt Saltworks seen seventeenth century ships south-east St Gallen steam engines surviving Sweden Switzerland Technical Museum textile timber tourist town TRANSPORT Canals tunnels Uppland viaduct warehouses Waterdriven watermill waterwheel West Germany windmills wine wooden workshops Yugoslavia