Related to atmospheric engines of the Newcomen type.
Early Engines Early Access: Kanefsky – Coalbrookdale, Cornwall and, Cylinders – new light from the Norris Files
While the COVID-19 global pandemic may have delayed and postponed the best laid plans, and even the Second IEEC conference itself, we are nonetheless delighted to report that contributors have continued to work on their papers and some have revised draft versions which are worthy of early attention.
Notes and Queries, No.2: Sources of English Engines for Export in 1826-7?
Encouraging Early Engines Research The Early Engines site is always seeking to share knowledge and encourage new research. As part of its ongoing Notes & Queries series for researchers, our second query (and note) comes from David Rollinson, Research Assistant at the Nova Scotia Museum group, in Nova Scotia, Canada. Tracing Technology Transfer in North America The Nova Scotia Museum of Industry, at Stellarton, Pictou County, Nova Scotia was opened in 1995, being built on the reclaimed site of a pioneering coal mining settlement and foundry complex dating back to the 1820s, and originally known as Albion Mines. Archaeological investigation of parts of the site has continued over the last 40…
IEEC2 Draft Programme available
The Organisers of the International Early Engines Conference (now postponed until October 2021) are pleased to announce the draft programme for the conference coming later this year (subject to confirmation and adjustment). Theme “A wider view of early engines and their operating context – beyond valve gear and famous engineers” For Conference ticket pricing options, see below. Full conference, or individual Day delegate tickets are available, please refer to Conference booking information. A PDF Printable version of the programme can also be accessed here: Updates 23rd MARCH 2021 Following feedback from registered delegates, and in agreement with the host venue, the IEEC2 conference is being postponed until October 2021.