Following the initial call for papers for IEEC2017, the International Early Engines Conference organising committee acknowledge the excellent range of proposals received, from engineering history, archaeological investigation, to engine conservation and approaches to modern reconstruction. We’re also delighted to see truly international submissions, and quantitative, analytical proposals alongside historical and historiographic pieces. The proposals are now […]Read more "Response to the Call for Papers"
South Yorkshire Industrial History Society – Annual Joseph Bramah Lecture Geoff Wallis, well-known conservation and restoration consultant engineer, and past president of the Newcomen Society will be giving the Annual Joseph Bramah Lecture on 14th March 2016, as part of the Barnsley section of the South Yorkshire Industrial History Society’s programme. The lecture, entitled Bringing […]Read more "Bringing the Elsecar Newcomen engine back to life"
A crucial aim of the International Early Engines Conference is to provide a platform for the significant amount of research into the early development of heat engines which powered us into the modern industrial era. Les Turnbull’s new work on William Brown is a perfect example of this rich seam of new material. Les will be […]Read more "Support new work on Early Engines"