The Newcomen Archive of Past Papers

The International Journal (formerly Transactions)  was founded in 1920 and has appeared in yearly or twice-yearly volumes ever since. It comprises an unparalleled body of original research material contributed over the course of nearly a century by leading engineers and historians.

There is a complete online archive of the papers dating back to 1920. They are available in Acrobat (PDF) format, to search, browse through, download and print out.

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  • Forthcoming Events

    Jan
    2
    Wed
    2019
    7:00 pm The Cobb Land Speed Record Car @ BIRMINGHAM ThinkTank, Birmingham Science Museum,
    The Cobb Land Speed Record Car @ BIRMINGHAM ThinkTank, Birmingham Science Museum,
    Jan 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    A lecture by Dr Jim Andrew
    Jan
    9
    Wed
    2019
    5:45 pm The ‘Vergniais’ cast iron arch b... @ LONDON Dana Studio
    The ‘Vergniais’ cast iron arch b... @ LONDON Dana Studio
    Jan 9 @ 5:45 pm – 7:45 pm
    A lecture by Bernard Espion: The “Vergniais” cast iron arch bridges: a French capital venture in times of technological change (1850-1860)
    Jan
    10
    Thu
    2019
    7:30 pm Lecture TBC @ BRISTOL BAWA
    Lecture TBC @ BRISTOL BAWA
    Jan 10 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
     
    Jan
    15
    Tue
    2019
    6:30 pm Steam Reforming – The Technology... @ PORTSMOUTH Room PO 1.11, Portland Building, University of Portsmouth
    Steam Reforming – The Technology... @ PORTSMOUTH Room PO 1.11, Portland Building, University of Portsmouth
    Jan 15 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
    A lecture by Dr Fred Starr: Steam Reforming – The Technology that Saved the Gas Industry, with special emphasis on Portsmouth Gas Works
    Jan
    28
    Mon
    2019
    6:30 pm Who Designed the Clifton Suspens... @ SHEFFIELD Kelham Island Museum
    Who Designed the Clifton Suspens... @ SHEFFIELD Kelham Island Museum
    Jan 28 @ 6:30 pm – 8:15 pm
    A lecture by Julia Elton: Who Designed the Clifton Suspension Bridge – Fact and Fiction. Construction of I K Brunel’s Clifton Suspension Bridge was abandoned in 1853 and not completed until 1864 to a different[...]
    Jan
    29
    Tue
    2019
    6:30 pm It’s not just about the robot! @ MANCHESTER Museum of Science & Industry
    It’s not just about the robot! @ MANCHESTER Museum of Science & Industry
    Jan 29 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
    A lecture by Bob Bowden: It’s not just about the robot! The development of automated welding
  • Bloodhound supersonic car project axed https://t.co/mTPZRnotTU

    'TOPS - British Rail's 1st Computerised Train Operating System'

    Wed 5 December 7pm @thinktankmuseum Our next FREE talk provided by @Newcomen_Mid & @BM_AG

    Thanks @railwaymuseum @BCLM @svrofficialsite @GWSR @ChasewaterRail @LlanfairLine @MidlandRailway @ComputerHistory @BCS

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    • The Newcomen Diary

      Scroll down the Newcomen Events for the full 2019 listing.

    • Newcomen Links 247

      now published in print and on-line

    • Newcomen Links 247

      now published in print and on line.

    • White Salt Industry, booking extended to 19 October

      The symposium on the technologies associated with White Salt, organised by the NewcomenNorth, will take place at The Lion Salt Works Museum outside Northwich on 20 October. Cheshire salt was known to the Celts and the Romans, but the emergence of Cheshire into Britain’s primary salt source was dependent on the development of the local […]

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