... 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
An archaeological dig on a site in Reading is showing further evidence of a tiling quarter on the edge of old Reading. The Whitley Pump, the local community's website, gives a fascinating insight in to… continue reading
A BIAG representative attended the recent exhibition hosted by developer Danescroft on the planned new housing development which will see the dismantling of the iconic gas holder we see gracing our skyline when walking the Thames… continue reading
BIAG is affiliated to BLHA and will be represented at its forthcoming AGM on 6th April. Any BIAG members who would like points raised please contact Jo Alexander-Jones on contact.biag.org.uk. Details of the BLHA AGM… continue reading
This year's South East Regional Industrial Archaeology Conference (SERIAC) will be hosted by the Kent Archaeological Society at Dartford Grammar School on 13th April. It will feature seven presentations: From Ragstone to Riches - A history of… continue reading
This year the Berkshire Industrial Archaeology Group is hosting the South East Regional Industrial Archaeology Conference 2018 at Windsor Boys School with the message ... Making our heritage live. Six presentations: The Miles Aircraft Factory…
A major railway-themed exhibition being held at Reading Museum during the 2016 Reading Year of Culture. It traces the growth and impact of railways since the opening of the first railway station in 1840 right…
Berkshire Industrial Archaeology Group are pleased to announce the launch of our shiny new website, we hope the new site will provide a better user experience to our existing members and help attract new members to BIAG.
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