Lisa Edwards explores the troubled history of Slough Trading Estate, a site that acted as a short-lived central depot intended to repair vehicles deployed during the First World War and played a pioneering role in Britain’s industrial economy.
Tag: industrial heritage
After many of the former steel manufacturing heartlands switched their political allegiances to the Conservatives in the General Election, Tosh Warwick asks what impact legacies of industrial decline, loss and uncertainty have had upon British steel communities.
Nigel Cavanagh writes about his PhD research, community heritage and public engagement at the industrial archaeology site at Elsecar, Yorkshire
Neil Dymond-Green on the Invisible Histories oral history project at the Working Class Movement Library, Salford, UK