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  • Forthcoming Events

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    6:30 pm Enigma: Cruise Missiles, Rockets... @ SHEFFIELD Kelham Island Museum
    Enigma: Cruise Missiles, Rockets... @ SHEFFIELD Kelham Island Museum
    Sep 25 @ 6:30 pm – 8:15 pm
    A lecture by Phil Judkins
    Sep
    26
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    6:30 pm AGM + John ‘Longitude’ Harrison ... @ MANCHESTER Museum of Science & Industry
    AGM + John ‘Longitude’ Harrison ... @ MANCHESTER Museum of Science & Industry
    Sep 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:15 pm
    AGM + John ‘Longitude’ Harrison – what did he actually achieve? @ MANCHESTER Museum of Science & Industry | England | United Kingdom
    Doug Bateman debunks the many myths surrounding Harrison and the Longitude Prize. It is well known that John Harrison’s watch was the first to demonstrate that longitude could be determined at sea with the aid[...]
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    7:00 pm Upminster Windmill and the Boult... @ BIRMINGHAM: Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum
    Upminster Windmill and the Boult... @ BIRMINGHAM: Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum
    Oct 4 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    A lecture by Chris Hodrien, Bill Whitehead & Colleague
    Oct
    11
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    5:45 pm Luxcrete: an invention that brou... @ LONDON Alan Baxter Gallery
    Luxcrete: an invention that brou... @ LONDON Alan Baxter Gallery
    Oct 11 @ 5:45 pm – 7:45 pm
    Luxcrete: an invention that brought daylight to dark Victorian buildings @ LONDON Alan Baxter Gallery  | England | United Kingdom
    A lecture by Ian Edwards. The origins of Luxcrete can be traced back more than 100 years to a British inventor based in the States who patented a product in the 1880s that used refraction[...]
    Oct
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    7:00 pm The Archaeology of Early Steam S... @ NEWCASTLE North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers
    The Archaeology of Early Steam S... @ NEWCASTLE North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers
    Oct 13 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    A lecture by Dr Michael Bailey. This is a joint meeting with SLS at the  Mining Institute, Newcastle upon Tyne beginning 19.00.
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    6:30 pm The Deane Brothers and the Divin... @ PORTSMOUTH: Portland Building, Rm PO1-11, University of Portsmouth
    The Deane Brothers and the Divin... @ PORTSMOUTH: Portland Building, Rm PO1-11, University of Portsmouth
    Oct 17 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
    A lecture by John Bevan
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    • Publications

       Newcomen Links 243, the September issue, has been published. The next issue of the International Journal for the History of Engineering and Technology will also be published this month.  

    • Films: On the Line, 25-28 August, Curzon Bloomsbury, London

      This season of five films traverses the railways of the world. Includes Turksib (1929) and Night Mail (1936). Turksib charts the monumental efforts to build a railway linking the regions of Turkestan and Siberia in 1920s USSR. British documentary short Night Mail: a lyrical look at postal workers on the Royal Mail train delivery service. […]

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    • MV Balmoral on the Thames, 10 June

      MV Balmoral was built in 1949 and is a superb working example of Vosper construction and will sail down the Thames and on to Maunsell Estuary Forts on 10 June. Further information at: www.heritagesteamers.co.uk/balmoral/

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