The latest news and developments
IEEC2 Updates – Draft Agenda and visits
As we approach the final weeks before the Conference, we are pleased to provide updated details of the Agenda and running order for the 2nd International Early Engines Conference, to be held at the Black Country Living Museum, 8th-10th October 2021. In addition to the latest programme details, we have received an update from our friends at Sandfields Pumping Station (Litchfield Waterworks Trust) to share, prior to the conference visit on Friday 8th October 2021. Great to see such progress as we hopefully emerge from the past lockdowns. Finally, delegates intending to visit the BCLM’s Red by Night event on Saturday 9th October (requires an extra £12 charge) are now…
Post-Pandemic Hope – Looking to October 2021
From Plan A to Plan C! Our initial contingency plans to reschedule for May 2021 have been, predictably further disturbed by COVID19. The UK national lockdown in the new year underlined how serious the situation had become, BUT there is new hope with the successful vaccination programme well underway as we enter Spring 2021; indeed our conference venue – the Black Country Living Museum – is contributing to the vaccination programme in Dudley! In the interests of safety we have decided to postpone IEEC2 by a further 5 months, from May until October 2021. Specifically 8th-10th October 2021 – and still able to combine the conference with BCLM’s “Red By Night” live steaming event. Conference format Whilst we…
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.