THE CLEVELAND INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGIST

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Number 1 (1974 ) Pages
Stokesley Mill. J K Harrison 1 – 8
Bessemer converter tuyeres at Eston. D M Tomlin 9 – 14
Cornwall – A County rich in relics of past industry. A E & C D Shayler 15 – 19

Number 2 (1975) SYMPOSIUM ON THE ALUM INDUSTRY Pages
A brief history of the alum industry in North Yorkshire 1600-1875 R L Pickles 1 – 10
Technical aspects of alum-making. J K Almond 11 – 20
The alum workers. B J D Harrison 21 – 26
Excavation at the Boulby Alum Works. S K Chapman 27 – 34
Discussion at meeting held on 24 March 1974 35 – 40

Number 3 (1975) Pages
‘The bridge across the glen’ at Saltburn. J K Harrison et al 1 – 12
Jet mining in North East Yorkshire. J S Owen 13 – 22
The North Skelton Ironstone Mine. P Tuffs 23 – 30
Thomas-Gilchrist basic-steelmaking experiments in Cleveland, and Mr J R Skinner, chemist with Bolckow, Vaughan & Co. Ltd J K Almond 31 – 34
The English post windmill. A E & C D Shayler 35 – 44

Number 4 (1975) THE EARLY CHEMICAL INDUSTRY OF THE NORTH EAST Pages
A synoptic view of the early chemical industry of the North East. W A Campbell 1 – 6
The early chemical works of Teesside. D M Tomlin 7 – 12
The nineteenth century salt and alkali industry of Cleveland. C McNab 13 – 18
From Tyne to Tees. W A Campbell 19 – 22
Billingham – the early years of a large new works. G G Robson 23 – 30
Discussion at meeting held on 23 March 1975 31 – 33

Number 5 (1976) Pages
Whinstone mining & quarrying in N E Yorkshire. J S Owen 1 – 10
Philip Webb and the Bell family. J Brandon-Jones 11 – 16
Philip Webb’s industrial buildings for Bell Bros. in their local context. J K Harrison 17 – 20
The Kilton Ironstone Mine P Tuffs 21 – 33
Sir John’s Mine, Tynehead, Garrigill. H L Beadle 35 – 41

Number 6 (1976) THE HISTORY OF STEAM POWER IN THE NORTH EAST Pages
From mining to the stars: or how national pride led to a fundamental theory. C A Hempstead 1 – 10
Thomas Hawksley and the steam powered water pumping stations of the Sunderland and South Shields Water Company. Dr S M Linsley 11 – 18
A history of early blowing engines in the N E of England and of the development of the ‘Cleveland’ blowing engine. J K Harrison 19 – 34
Steam utilisation in electric power generation: A survey of historical development in the North East of England. R P Kent 35 – 40
Discussion at meeting held on 21 March 1976 41 – 44

Number 7 (1977) Pages
The Esk Valley Ironstone Mine: Part 1, documented history J S Owen 1 – 10
The Esk Valley Ironstone Mine: Part 2, some site details. J S Owen and P Tuffs 11 – 15
Lady’s Rake Lead Mine. H L Beadle 17 – 23
The Waste Heat Company D W Pattenden 25 – 36
The bore holes and salt works of the Tees Estuary D M Tomlin 37 – 46
The development of the titanium pigment industry on Teesside. F R Williams 47 – 52

Number 8 (1978) SKINNINGROVE AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD Pages
Pre-1865 ironstone mining development at Skinningrove. J S Owen 1 – 8
Railways around Skinningrove. N G Lillywhite 9 -14
The struggle for existence of a small works in the iron and steel industry. W G B Bradley 15 – 24
Skinningrove: village and people in the early 1879s B J D Harrison 25 – 30
Addendum : Mr. S. F. Okey’s account of the start of ironstone mining. 31 – 32
Discussion at meeting held on 20 March 1977. 33 – 38

Number 9 (1978) Pages
Description of the Waddle fan, Lumpsey Ironstone Mine. S A Chapman 1 – 5
The Esk Valley cottages. notes by J S Owen; drawings by J B Riley 7 – 10
Lingdale Ironstone Mine P Tuffs 11 – 22
The Cleveland Salt Company D M Tomlin 23 – 30

Number 10 (1979) THE BRIDGES OVER THE RIVER TEES Pages
The shape of bridges and the form of theory. C A Hempstead 1 – 15
The bridges of Yarm. D H Pearce 17 – 21
Stockton’s road bridges D M Tomlin 23 – 25
The Transporter Bridge, Middlesbrough M Stockwell 27 – 31
Newport Bridge, Middlesbrough. M Stockwell 33 – 37
The arch water bridge of Stockton. C A Hempstead 39 – 40
The A19 road bridge. C King 41 – 45

Number 11 (1979) Pages
The river bridges on the Middlesbrough Branch of the Stockton and Darlington Railway. Charles McNab 1 – 6
The genesis of the transporter bridge. D W Pattenden 7 – 11
Esk Valley Ironstone Mine: Part 3, Excavations completed. J S Owen 13 – 24
Ventilating furnace at Ayton Ironstone Mine. S A Chapman 25 – 26
The Newport oval iron blast furnace. A T Ledgard 27 – 29

Number 12 (1980) INDUSTRIAL ASPECTS OF GUISBOROUGH Pages
The impact of industrialisation on the town of Guisborough. B J D Harrison 1 – 3
The early years of alum making in Guisborough. Mrs Anne Harrison 5 – 9
Eighteenth century corn milling venture in Guisborough. J K Harrison 11 – 18
The Cleveland Railway. Miss Grace Dixon 19 – 22
The Blackett Hutton Foundry. J McConnell 23 – 27
Discussion at meeting held on 25 March 1979. 29 – 30

Number 13 (1981) Pages
Teesdale Mining Company, 1821-1842 H L Beadle 1 – 14
The ventilating machines of M Guibal in Cleveland. S A Chapman 15 – 21
Scoria Blocks. C H Morris 23 – 32
Warren Moor Ironstone Mine, Kildale. J S Owen 33 – 53

Number 14 (1982) Pages
Industrial archaeological sites in the County of Cleveland prepared by members of the Society 28 pages

Number 15 (1983) SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING ON THE TEES Pages
History of the River Tees shipyards. W Harrison MBE 1 – 10
The SS ‘De Brus ‘- the first iron steamship to be built in Middlesbrough. D W Pattenden 11 – 19
Developments in the theory of ship hull design at mid-19th century. C A Hempstead 21 – 30
Lonsdale Ironstone Mine, Kildale. J S Owen 31 – 48
Ships and shipbuilding – extracts from discussion held in March 1981. 49

Number 16 (1984) BRICKS AND MORTAR Pages
Bricks and early Middlesbrough brickmakers. D W Pattenden 1 – 12
The Carrs Tilery, Margrove Park. J K Harrison 13 – 28
George Lambert, brickmaker. Mrs Marie Lambert 29 – 33
160 years of cement manufacture in Cleveland. C H Morris 35 – 54
Extracts from discussion held on 28 March 1982. 55
Bricks and Mortar: some sources of information. 56

Number 17 (1985) Pages
Early electricity supplies on Teesside. D W Pattenden 1 – 20
Disappearing railway stations: the Middlesbrough – Guisborough Railway. Miss Grace Dixon 21 – 30
Leeds Corporation, and whinstone extraction from Cliff Rigg, Great Ayton, 1869-1883 R Pepper 31 – 46
The main winder at Kilton Mine. S A Chapman 47 – 49
A note on cement manufacture in Cleveland, at ICI Casebourne works. D J M Rowe 51 – 54
Whitby and Robin Hood’s Bay Steam Packet Company 1853-1867. T M Quinn 55 – 68

Number 18 (1986) MIDDLESBROUGH DOCK AND RUTWAYS Pages
The history of Middlesbrough Dock. D W Pattenden 1 – 22
Rutways before railways on the Yorkshire coast, with details of twelve sites between Saltburn and Scarborough. J S Owen 23 – 32

Number 19 (1987 – 1988) THE WATER IN YOUR TAP: THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL SUPPLIES Pages
Guisborough’s water supply: a century of development. Miss Grace Dixon 1 – 14
Water-borne disease in nineteenth century Cleveland. G S Stout 15 – 20
The history of water supply J F Prentice 21 – 30
Discussion on ‘The water in your tap’ at Symposium 16 March 1986 31 – 34
Notes on Stockton and Middlesbrough water supplies. J K Almond 35 – 36
Liverton Ironstone Mine: A history. S A Chapman 37 – 42

Number 20 (1990) Pages
The Stockton and Darlington Railway booking office. R Brunner-Ellis 1 – 7
Notes on Ironmaking in Cleveland, 1945-1951. K C Sharp 9 – 16
Reminiscences of Cleveland iron and steel industry, edited from an evening’s discussion meeting). M A Raisbeck, A Oliver, and R Walters 17 – 30
Dorman Long and Company Ltd. 1889 – 1967: notes towards a history. I C Malcolm 31 – 57
CIAS issues 1-20 (1974-1990) chronological list of contents and alphabetical list of authors I – IX

Number 21 (1992) Pages
Wiregill Lead Mine in Teesdale: an attempt to revive mining and to continue to operate after the London Lead Company gave up the lease in 1902. H L Beadle 1 – 24
The Skelton Ironstone Mines of Messrs Bell Brothers in Cleveland. S A Chapman 25 – 68

Number 22 (1994) Pages
The ironstone calcining kilns in Scugdale, Swainby. Mrs C B Cook & J S Owen 1 – 11
Early water supplies in Ormesby. D W Pattenden 13 – 19
A historical outline of magnesium production from seawater at Hartlepool. R M Evans 21 – 23
Chaloner (Guisborough) ironstone mine 1872-1879. R Pepper 25 – 38
Walker’s Pit in Newtondale. J S Owen 39 – 46

Number 23 (1996) Pages
The Whitecliffe Mines. S A Chapman 1 – 43
Site update of Skelton Park Pit (The CIA No. 21). S A Chapman 43 – 48

Number 24 (1997) Pages
Industrial Archaeology in Cleveland: the first 30 years. J K Harrison 1 – 11
The North-Yorkshire alum industry: a technical analysis of the processes used A E Rout 13 – 55

Number 25 (1998) Pages
The identification, commercial evaluation and initial exploitation of alum shale deposits in the British Isles. A E Rout 1 – 17
Roseberry Mine tramway: thoughts concerning details at the incline head. J S Owen & R Pepper 18 – 20
The other Warden Law haulage engine house (A surviving structure from the Seaham and Rainton Railway). S A Chapman 21 – 28
Hydraulic machinery at Hutton Home Farm, near Guisborough. J K Harrison 29 – 42

Number 26 (2000) Pages
Evidence of the alum industry on the foreshore at Ravenscar D Green 3 – 11
Sir Joseph Bank’s account of alum making at Kettleness, North Yorkshire. C E Thornton 13 – 18
A medieval bloomery at Tarn Hole in Bilsdale in the North York Moors: A re-assessment of an excavation of the 1970s J K Harrison 19 – 34
Hydroelectricity generation in the Yorkshire Dales. T T Hay 35 – 53

Number 27 (2002) Pages
A matter of topography, geology and land ownership: Fredrick Greenwood’s Royalty (Eston Mines) 1853-1870. R Pepper 3 – 22
The Blackett Hutton Cleveland Steel foundry, Guisborough: the final years. J McConnell 23 – 26
The Eston blacksmith’s workshop and cottage. Deborah Walsh 27 – 32
Steelfounding in north-east England: an inside view. A Scott 33 – 46

Number 28 (2003) Pages
Thomas Allison’s geological excursions during the 1850s: principally in the North York Moors. J K Almond 3 – 25
Ironstone mining in Scugdale near Swanby, west of Stokesley Carol Cook 27 – 42
Ayresome Ironworks, Middlesbrough, and Klenshyttan Ironworks, Sweden. J K Harrison 43 – 54
Views of the Blackett Hutton Foundary: Photographs by Dennis Wompra . Captions by A M Burgess 55 – 63

Number 29 (2004) Pages
Why Stockton-on-Tees did not become a Newcastle, nor Lemington-on-Tyne a Middlesbrough. J K Almond 3 – 25
The Middleton Ironworks: Survey of the Blowing Engine House Carol Cook 27 – 42
Newsletters of the Teesside Industrial Archaeology Group and of the Cleveland Industrial Archaeology Society. J K Harrison 43 – 54

Number 30 (2005) Pages
Sir George Colebrook’s Attempted Alum Monopoly and the Great Ayton Alum Works Ian Pearce 3 – 14
Ayton Banks Alum Works Robert H de Wardt & David Taylor 15 – 27
Boulby Alum Works Tunnel Revisited. Charles H Morris & Simon Whitlock 29 – 45
A Jet Mine in Chapel Wood, Ingleby. Peter F Ryder & Ernie Shield 47 – 50
A 1900 Steam-driven Overhead Travelling Crane and a circa 1900 12-feet Diameter Faceplate Lathe. D Whitfield 51 – 70

Number 31 (2006) Pages
Seaton Carew Ironworks: John Henry Proud’s reminiscences in the early 20th Century with commentaries and notes. John Henderson Proud & J K Almond 3 – 47
Walkers Detaching Hook. Tony & Cath Lynn 49 – 56

Number 32 (2008) Pages
The Wooden Bridge over the River Tees at Sockburn, 1838-c1890. D Whitfield 3 – 13
William Jones and the first Chemical Factory in Middlesbrough. I Pearce 15 – 30
Tees Bridge Watch 1998-2007. C H Morris 31 – 52

Number 33 (2012) Pages
Blast Furnaces at Redcar 1870 – 2010 C H Morris 1 – 29
A Visitor’s Guide to the Alum Works. S A Chapman 31 – 42
Geological background to the North Yorkshire Alum Industry D C Goldring 43 – 65
Seaton Carew Ironworks: Scenes in the 1920s and 1930s. J K Almond 67 – 86

Number 34 (2013) Pages
Thomas & William Whitwell and the Thornaby Iron Works A Betteney 1 – 54
CIAS Publications Indices 56 – 64

Number 35 (2015) Pages
Last traces of the Alum Works at Saltburn C H Morris 3 – 18
Exploited ironstone resources of Cleveland: an overview with the emphasis on
geological background
D Goldring 19 – 55

Number 36 (2016) Pages
Zinc and Sulphuric Acid Works at Seaton Snook A Betteney 3 – 76
Industrial Sites in the Cleveland Area: supplementary list 1 77 – 84

Number 37 (2017) Pages
Wrought Iron, Steel, or Hybrid – the decisions facing Cleveland’s Ironmasters in the
second half of the nineteenth century
R Widdowson 3-54
Industrial Sites in the Cleveland Area: supplementary list 2. 55-68