Industrial Archaeology Review

Industrial Archaeology Review aims to publish research in industrial archaeology, which is defined as a period study embracing the tangible evidence of social, economic and technological development in the period since industrialisation, generally from the early-18th century onwards. It is a peer-reviewed academic journal, with scholarly standards of presentation, yet seeks to encourage submissions from both amateurs and professionals which will inform all those working in the field of current developments.

Industrial Archaeology Review is the journal of the Association for Industrial Archaeology. Published twice a year, the focal point and common theme of its contents is the surviving evidence of industrial activity. Emphasis is placed on the practical aspects of a subject in which fieldwork plays an essential part, including recording, surveying, excavation, interpretation, conservation and protective legislation. While deriving much of its material from within the British Isles, the journal aims to be international in its coverage of the subject, presenting material of relevance and value to those concerned with industrial archaeology throughout the world. The membership of its Editorial Board reflects these aims.

Publisher: 
Maney Publishing
ISSN (print): 
0309-0728
ISSN (online): 
1745-8196

Latest articles

Volume 37 (2)

EDITORIAL
Ian West, vol. 37 (2): 71-71
THE ROLT MEMORIAL LECTURE 2012: INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE AT RISK
Shane Gould, vol. 37 (2): 73-92
SOUSA VITERBO AND THE IDEA OF INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY
Paulo Oliveira Ramos, vol. 37 (2): 93-98
WORKING ON THE RAILWAY: THE RISEHILL TUNNEL NAVVY CAMP, CUMBRIA
Naomi Brennan, vol. 37 (2): 99-110
INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE IN ALBANIA: AN ASSESSMENT
Brian Ayers, vol. 37 (2): 111-122
BOOK REVIEWS
Michael Lewis, vol. 37 (2): 123-127
ABSTRACTS
vol. 37 (2): 128-133

Volume 37 (1)

Sonia Rolt OBE FSA; 15 April 1919–22 October 2014
Sir Neil Cossons, vol. 37 (1): 1-3
ROŞIA MONTANĂ, ROMANIA: INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE IN SITU, BETWEEN PRESERVATION, CONTROVERSY AND CULTURAL RECOGNITION
Merciu Florentina-Cristina, vol. 37 (1): 5-19
UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC LIGHTING IN THE 1880S: CLAYTON MINE, ECTON, STAFFORDSHIRE
John Barnatt, vol. 37 (1): 20-32
GOLDEN ERA OF LAGER BREWERIES IN THE SOUTHERN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE
Anica Tufegdžić, vol. 37 (1): 33-47
EVAPORATING LEGACIES: INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE AND SALT IN CHESHIRE, UK
Jonathan G.A. Lageard, vol. 37 (1): 48-61
GREATER MANCHESTER'S PAST REVEALED
Marilyn Palmer, vol. 37 (1): 62-64
BOOK REVIEWS
Barrie Trinder, vol. 37 (1): 65-67

Volume 36 (2)

EDITORIAL
Ian West, vol. 36 (2): 83-83
THE ROLT MEMORIAL LECTURE 2013: THE PUBLIC BENEFIT OF INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE — TAKING A POSITIVE VIEW
Miles Oglethorpe, vol. 36 (2): 85-96
ERIC NORDEVALL II — A RECONSTRUCTION OF A PADDLE STEAMER, AN INTENSIVE HISTORICAL PROJECT
Lennart Bornmalm, vol. 36 (2): 97-108
FREIGHT-HANDLING TECHNOLOGIES AND INDUSTRIAL BUILDING DESIGN: FREIGHTHOUSE AND WAREHOUSE FACILITIES OF THE CHICAGO JUNCTION RAILWAY, 1900–30
Tim Allison, vol. 36 (2): 109-127
REVISITING THE ICONIC: THE EXCAVATION OF THE REELFITZ PIT ENGINE AND THE NEWCOMEN STEAM ENGINE IN CUMBERLAND, UK
David George, vol. 36 (2): 128-140
BOOK REVIEWS
vol. 36 (2): 141-147