Shropshire wrought-iron industry c1600-1900

a study of technological change
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University of Birmingham, Centre for Lifelong Learning , Birmingham
Iron industry and trade -- England -- Shrops
Statementby Richard Hayman.
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THE SHROPSHIRE WROUGHT-IRON INDUSTRY c A STUDY OF TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE. RICHARD HAYMAN. A thesis submitted to. The University of Birmingham. for the degree of.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY. Centre for Lifelong Learning. The University of Birmingham. (PDF) The Shropshire wrought-iron industry c a study of technological change | Richard Hayman - Wrought-iron manufacture in Shropshire is studied over three centuries, encompassing changes in technology arising from the use of vegetable and subsequently mineral fuel.

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The development of the Shropshire iron industry, symbolised by the Iron Bridge, ushered in a period of industrialisation which has re-shaped the whole Western world. I felt that the 4/5(2). Wrought Iron - iron with a very low carbon content of around % with other impurities constituting % including sulphur, phosphorus, silicon and manganese.

It has fibrous inclusions (known as slag) constituting up to 2% by weight and these give it a grain resembling wood, that is visible when it is etched or bent to the point of failure. The Shropshire wrought-iron industry c a study of technological change.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(2). The Darbys of Coalbrookdale, Shropshire descended from John Darby who settled in the small town in the early eighteenth century. The Darby family became involved in the iron industry in Shropshire and eventually owned several ironworks in the vicinity.

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A key part of the GB Industrial Revolution (c) was the dramatic increase in iron and later steel production, which enabled the rapid development of engineering, railways, construction, shipbuilding etc.

How this was achieved is explored with reference to some of the key innovators and their : B.J. Spear. Shropshire History. Shropshire. Iron. Return. to Index. Iron. Iron Properties. Iron Making. Iron Sites. Ironmasters. Coalbrookdale Company. Iron has been produced since the Iron Age, when men found that the metal was stronger than bronze for use in tools and weapons.

Get this from a library. Coalbrookdale and the iron revolution. [Christine Vialls] -- Abraham Darby - Steam power - Transport, river, road, canal and railway - Iron industry - Bessemer's steel making method - Coalbrookdale Company - Wrought iron - Decline of iron industry.

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Richard Hayman has devoted much of his working life to the archaeology of the iron industry in South Wales and Shropshire.

He authored Ironmaking: The History and Archaeology of the Iron Industry, co-authored a major study of the industrial archaeology of Ironbridge, and wrote Wrought Iron —one of many books he has written for the Shire Author: Richard Hayman.

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Chapter fourteen is one of the longest - and rightly so, for its title is `Revolutions in Industry'. The author writes, "In the context of national history the most significant events in Shropshire's past were the changes in the second half of the eighteenth century, when, for a few decades, Shropshire was the leading iron-producing area in 4/5(2).

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Marshall, Benyou, and Bage’s flour mill (now Allied Breweries) at Ditherington, Shropshire (–97), is one of the first iron-frame buildings, though brick walls still carry part of the load and there are no.