England's Redundant Post-War Coal- and Oil-Fired Power Stations

    SubTitle

    Guidelines for recording and archiving thier records
    England's Redundant Post-War Coal- and Oil-Fired Power Stations large image 1
        Paperback / softback

        Publication Date

        10 Mar 2016

        Summary

        Provides advice to the Energy Industry on the appropriate and proportionate level of recording of redundant power plants for posterity. It covers description, investigation, photographic and videographic recording and advice on archiving the historic records and artefacts.
        10449171
        10449171

        Main Summary

          This guidance note provides advice to the Energy Industry on the appropriate and proportionate level of recording of redundant power plants for posterity. It covers description, investigation, photographic and videographic recording of the structures; approaches to oral history and information-gathering from the workers on the site and the local community, and advice on archiving the historic records and artefacts.



          Additional Information

          Author

          Jonathan Clarke

          Publishing Status

          Active

          Size

          297mm

          Number of Illustrations

          12

          Number of Pages

          20

          ISBN

          9781848023901

          Contents

            Introduction
            1. Recording and archiving guidelines
            2. Recording of power stations and their landscape settings
            3. Historic records and artefacts: archival and curatorial procedures
            4. Oral history recording
            5. Where to get advice
            6. Bibliography

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