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GLIAS e-papers

A collection of occasional papers.

The rise, fall and transformation of Bankside power station, 1890-2010
By Stephen Murray.

Tempus Fugit — Must we still despise the Sixties?
Dr Robert Carr (Bob Carr in the Newsletter) argues that, if industrial archaeologists are following the historical process they should be considering the buildings and structures of the 1960s, now rapidly disappearing.

Radiophonic Workshop — An Engineering Perspective
The BBC Radiophonic Workshop from its inception in 1958 to its closure in 1996 by Ray White

Chemicals From Coal
A History of Beckton Products Works by Cyril Arthur Townsend M.Sc. Ph.D.


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