The Institute of Civil Engineers, South-East Branch, hosted an informative lecture on the Institute's history covering its development and early practices through to how professional practice is maintained based on the pioneering work of those… continue reading
Watch the video of us getting to use an historic print press on our fun and informative visit to Reading University's Typography and Graphic Communication department. On Monday 5th August Martin Andrews hosted BIAG in a dip… continue reading
On a recent walk I spotted a for sale sign next to a small industrial site in Hatherley Road Reading. Checking out the details, it is a little detached property over three floors with a… continue reading
The BIAG stand at Reading's Waterfest on 15th June saw a number of visitors interested in local industrial history many of whom took away membership applications and we hope to see them soon at our… continue reading
On Sunday 5th May BIAG was pleased to be part of the Experience Archaeology event at Crofton Beam Engines, Marlborough. It was a Steaming Day so we enjoyed the site in full working glory and were able to… continue reading
... then why not visit one of the heritage mills sites in the county and surrounding locale. We have the Mills Archive, a charity devoted to protecting and preserving our mills heritage which sits in… continue reading
John Holden, a BIAG member, gave a lively and informative talk on Carbon Arc Lights at our meeting on 18th March. He spoke in detail on their history, design and use, giving a number of… continue reading
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