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WEIGH- HOUSE

The magazine of the Somersetshire Coal Canal Society 

CURRENT ISSUE No 71

October 2016

 

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS

DONATIONS & SPONSORSHIP

NEW MEMBERS

OBITUARY

RUGBOURNE FARM &emdash; Historical background
by Mike Chapman

RESTORATION PROGRESS Part 3 &emdash; Water supplies

NORTON HOUSE - MIDSOMER NORTON
by Martin Stanford

REDISCOVERY OF A MISSING NOTEBOOK

S.C.C.S. VIDEO

RECENT TALKS
'Adits' by Mike Chapman
'Clay Pipes' by Marek Lewcun

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 70

October 2015

 

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NOTICE OF MEMBERS' UPDATE MEETING

DONATIONS & SPONSORSHIP

NEW MEMBERS

PAYMENT MYSTERY -- SOLVED

RESTORATION PROGRESS Part 2 -- Withy Mills to Terminus Bridge

THE S.C.C. AND THE INCLINED PLANE &emdash; Part 2
by Mike Chapman

BOOKS --
Inclined Planes in the South West
Discovering Britain's First Railways
Death and Mr. Pickwick

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List of previous issues

ISSUE No 69

January 2015

 

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NOTICE OF A.G.M

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NOTICE OF A.G.M.

DONATIONS

RESULT OF THE PAULTON DRY DOCK APPEAL

MYSTERY PAYMENT

VOBSTER & COLEFORD COLLIERIES WALK
by Terry Paget

RESTORATION PROGRESS

THE S.C.C. AND THE INCLINED PLANE
by Mike Chapman

CANAL FESTIVAL AND ASSOCIATED EVENTS
by Richard Fox

EXPLORE THE CANAL YOURSELF

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 68

June 2014

 

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NOTICE OF A.G.M

PAULTON DRY DOCK APPEAL

NEW MEMBERS

DONATIONS

THE DORSET & SOMERSET CANAL &emdash; A WALK FROM EDFORD TO COLEFORD
by Derrick Hunt

RESTORING THE SOMERSETSHIRE COAL CANAL INCH BY INCH

VISIT TO WILLIAM SMITH ONLINE
by Tim Richardson

EXCAVATING PAULTON BASIN

EARLY UNDERGROUND COLLIERY HAULAGE
by Mike Chapman

THE RALPH ALLEN CORNERSTONE MUSEUM

CAMERTON LOCAL HISTORY GROUP

I.W.A. MEMBERSHIP OFFER

COAL FROM CAMERTON

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

A NEW BENCH AT PAULTON DRY DOCK

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ISSUE No 67

February 2014

 

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NOTICE OF A.G.M.

NEW MEMBERS

DONATIONS

A GIFT OR A LEGACY?

NAVVYING NOTES

RESTORATION

SOMERSET COAL CANAL SHAREHOLDERS
by Mike Chapman

THE STANDARD BRIDGE PATTERN OF THE S.C.C.
by Adrian Tuddenham

A LANDOWNER'S DREAM
by Richard Fox

BOAT WEIGHING MACHINE

FOR SALE, A CANAL &emdash; DERELICT VENTURE GOING CHEAP
by Roger Halse

WEBSITE PHOTOGRAPHS

WILLIAM SMITH ARCHIVE VISIT

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

FUTURE EVENTS

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ISSUE No 66

October 2013

 

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS

LANDOWNER DATABASE

WEIGHING MACHINE ON THE MOVE

NAVVYING NOTES

MATTHEW BOULTON MUSEUM
by Derrick Hunt

A NOTE ON THE DRY DOCK AT PAULTON
by Mike Chapman

THE TWIN TUNNELS CYCLEWAY
by Terry Paget

CONTRACTOR'S RAILWAY -- An appeal for information

BOOK REVIEW -- THE SOMERSET COAL CANAL

W.R.G. VISITS

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

LOCK POUND IN WATER Some changes in the grounds of Caisson House

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ISSUE No 65

May 2013

 

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS

OBITUARIES

NAVVYING NOTES

PERSONALITIES OF THE S.C.C.C. -- Richard Bowsher
By Derrick Hunt

A NOTE ON SOME STEAM ENGINES ON THE S.C.C.
by Mike Chapman

A NOTE ON STONE CARRIAGE ON THE S.C.C.
by Mike Chapman

DIGITISATION OF THE WILLIAM SMITH ARCHIVE

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY -- 2013

CARRYING COALS

PROGRESS AT PAULTON FOUNDRY -- A view of the cleared site

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ISSUE No 64

November 2012

 

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

DONATIONS

NEW MEMBERS

LETTER TO THE EDITOR -- Bob Barwise

QR CODES

NAVVYING NOTES -- Heritage Open Days & Paulton Dry Dock

SHAREHOLDERS OF THE S.C.C. -- Levi Ames
by Bob Lawrence

VALPY -- A LOCAL CONNECTION

CAISSON HOUSE, COMBE HAY -- An Historical Survey
by Mike Chapman

CELEBRATING OUR HERITAGE -- Heritage Open Days 2012
by Tony Yates

NEW BOOK -- The Cotswold Canals, A Towpath Guide

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY -- 2012

CARRYING COALS TO DUNDAS

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY -- 2013

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ISSUE No 63

August 2012

 

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS

DONATIONS

OBITUARIES -- David Tew, Dick Davis

SHAREHOLDERS OF THE S.C.C. -- Richard Valpy
by Derrick Hunt

THE JOLLIFFE FAMILY -- Article in Five Arches

NAVVYING NOTES

COMBE HAY -- THE TWO TUNNELS
by Mike Chapman

NOTES ON THE EXCAVATIONS AT CAISSON HOUSE
by Mike Chapman

WAVERLEY EXCURSION

CELEBRATING OUR HERITAGE -- Heritage Open Day events

THE VIADUCT INN AND BREWERY -- An article in BIAS magazine

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

CARRYING COALS TO DUNDAS

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ISSUE No 62

March 2012

 

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS

NAVVYING NOTES -- W.R.G. at Combe Hay -- S.C.C.S. at Paulton Dry Dock

SHAREHOLDERS OF THE S.C.C. -- William Lambert White
by Derrick Hunt

THE SCOTCH BOAT -- A press cutting

EXCAVATIONS AT CAISSON HOUSE
by Mike Chapman

SEARCHING FOR THE WILTS AND BERKS CANAL
by Doug Small

COLLIERS WAY TRIBUTE TO WILLIAM SMITH
by Andrew Mathieson

BOOK REVIEW: The Somersetshire Coal Canal -- A Second Pictorial Journey

NEW BOOK: Family Matters

"... AND THIS IS THE DRY DOCK"

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 61

November 2011

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS

DONATIONS

CANAL AND RIVER TRUST -- The replacement for British Waterways

NEW BOOK -- "The Somersetshire Coal Canal -- A Second Pictorial Journey"

JOURNALS OF A SOMERSET RECTOR -- Publications of Skinner's diaries

A VISIT TO THE SITE OF THE DUNKERTON PUMPING STATION

by Robert Gardiner & Mike Chapman

A CHILDHOOD AT CANAL COTTAGE

by Joy Everd -- Transcribed by Sue Langdon

A PLAN OF CANAL COTTAGE

by David Church

CANAL TRADERS' PERMITS AND TICKETS -- Part 2

by Roger Halse

HERITAGE OPEN DAYS

by Derrick Hunt

OPEN DAY MAP OF COMBE HAY LOCKS

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 60

August 2011

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS

A SOMERSET NAVIGATION and Other Curiosities

NAVVYING NOTES -- Work at the Lower Locks; Two Major Work Parties; Allen Scythe Stolen.

MIDFORD & MURTRY AQUEDUCTS

SHAREHOLDERS OF THE S.C.C. -- WILLIAM MEYLER

A TRIBUTE TO WILLIAM SMITH -- An information board near Midford

MENDIP ROUND BARROWS AND THE REV. JOHN SKINNER

CANAL TRADERS' PERMITS & TICKETS -- Part 1

BOOK REVIEW -- Chippenham and the Wilts & Berks Canal

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

HERITAGE OPEN DAYS

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ISSUE No 59

April 2011

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NOTICE OF A.G.M

NEW MEMBERS

CRUISEWAY STATUS FOR THE K.&A.C.

B.I.A.S. GAZETEER of INDUSTRIAL SITES

BOOK REVIEW -- "Queen of Waters"

NAVVYING NOTES

CLEARANCE WORK at the UPPER LOCKS

SHAREHOLDERS OF THE S.C.C. -- RICHARD CRUTTWELL

"SKELETON" DRAWING of the MIDFORD WEIGH-HOUSE

MIDFORD WEIGH-HOUSE -- A HISTORY -- Part 2

THE EVOLUTION OF THE COMPOUND-LEVER WEIGHING MACHINE

PAULTON and TIMSBURY BASINS -- A Press Release

OLD PHOTOGRAPHS -- BUT NEW INFORMATION (Midford Road Bridge)

MENDIP WALK

NARROW BARROW

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

HERITAGE OPEN DAYS

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ISSUE No 58

January 2011

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS

LEAVING A LEGACY

WATERWAYS 'NATIONAL TRUST'

MENDIP WALK

DONATIONS

T.S. JOLLIFFE -- A CORRECTION

NAVVYING NOTES -- The B.I.T.M. / W.R.G. weekend

SHAREHOLDERS OF THE S.C.C. -- CHARLES SPACKMAN

PAULTON IRON FOUNDRY PHOTOGRAPH

MIDFORD WEIGH HOUSE -- A HISTORY -- Part 1

MURTRY AQUEDUCT -- A second work party

MILESTONE PLATES -- Tucking Mill and Twinhoe Basin

A NEW BOOK -- "Men of Iron"

A STRANGE OBJECT BESIDE THE CANAL

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 57

September 2010

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS

BEQUEST

MEMBERSHIP E-MAIL ADDRESSES

S.C.C.S. INAUGURAL MEETING - JANUARY 1992

LEAFLET DISPENSERS

CRUISEWAY STATUS

PARLIAMENTARY ARCHIVES

NAVVYING NOTES -- Photographs of work party stalwarts

SHAREHOLDERS OF THE S.C.C. -- THOMAS SAMUEL JOLLIFFE

PAULTON IRON FOUNDRY

BOOK REVIEW -- The Memoirs of William Smith by John Phillips

MURTRY AQUEDUCT -- on the Dorset & Somerset Canal

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

"WHERE IS THIS?" -- Revealed

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ISSUE No 56 -- May 2010

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS

DONATIONS 4

NOTICE OF A.G.M

OBITUARY -- Fred Wedlock

NAVVYING NOTES -- Clearing Lock 9, Engine Wood and a tunnel

PAULTON FOUNDRY -- New discoveries and an invitation to visit

SHAREHOLDERS OF THE S.C.C. -- JOHN BILLINGSLEY Esq.

A VISIT TO THE SITE OF WITHY MILLS COLLIERY

A SOMERSET NAVIGATION -- How a musical came to be written about the S.C.C.

BOOK REVIEW -- "STRATA" The Remarkable Life Story of William Smith

WHERE IS THIS? -- A mystery picture of the S.C.C.

from the 'bathintime' collection

WAVERLEY EXCURSION -- The chance of a trip on a paddle steamer

...AND FINALLY... -- A photograph of one of our longest standing members

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 55 -- January 2010

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS

DONATIONS

CRUISEWAY STATUS -- What it means for the S.C.C.S

CHANGES IN GIFT AID

NAVVYING NOTES -- The Allen Scythe

SHAREHOLDERS OF THE S.C.C. -- CALEB HILLIER PARRY

THE S.C.C. ENTRANCE BRIDGE AT DUNDAS

A VISIT TO THE SITE OF KILMERSDON COLLIERY

AND INCLINED PLANE

NARROW LOCKS -- Part 3

RAILWAY WALKING IN THE FOREST OF DEAN

FUSSELL'S BALANCE LOCK OPEN DAY

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 54 -- September 2009

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS

DONATIONS and BEQUESTS

NAVVYING NOTES -- The Phantom Work Party

SHAREHOLDERS OF THE S.C.C. -- ELEAZER PICKWICK

COLLIERS WAY

NOTES ON THE HODSHILL FULLERS EARTH MINE AND THE S.C.C. AT SOUTHSTOKE

NARROW LOCKS -- Part 2

BOOK REVIEW -- "A History of the Fullers Earth Mining Industry Around Bath"

A NEW MAP OF THE LIMPLEY STOKE VALLEY

UNENFORCEABLE BYELAW ?

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 53 -- April 2009

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS & DONATIONS

NOTICE OF A.G.M

OBITUARY -- Tony Hutchings

A LOCK FUND CERTIFICATE

NAVVYING NOTES -- Awkward feller -- The Ghost of Lock 16

MAINTENANCE AT BRASSKNOCKER BASIN

SHAREHOLDERS OF THE SOMERSETSHIRE COAL CANAL - by Derrick Hunt

THE COMPANY OF PROPRIETORS of the Somersetshire Coal Canal Navigation - A list of shareholders

A WALK ALONG THE ROUTE OF RALPH ALLEN'S TRAMWAY BETWEEN COMBE DOWN AND BATH - by Mike Chapman

"THE RADSTOCK BRANCH OF THE S.C.C." -- Booklets for sale

THE LOCH 15 MONSTER

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

DISCOVERY AT DEAN -- A suggestion for an 'away day'

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ISSUE No 52 - January 2009

NEW MEMBERS

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

DONATIONS

OBITUARY -- Doug Chantler

OBITUARY -- Tony Wadley

NAVVYING NOTES -- Lock 16 -- The Wood That Wouldn't

WALK -- VALLIS VALE, De La BECHE UNCONFORMITY AND TEDBURY CAMP - by Terry Paget

A VISIT TO COLLIERY SITES RELATED TO THE COAL CANAL IN FARMBOROUGH, HIGH LITTLETON AND CLUTTON - by Mike Chapman

WHY DOES THE SCC HAVE AN ELR OF 'SCZ'? - by Richard Hignett

AN APPEAL for storage space

ERRATUM

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 51 - September 2008

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

NEW EVENTS

A NEW CANAL EXHIBITION

NAVVYING NOTES

A NEW SCCS WEBSITE

RE-OPENING OF THE CANAL CENTRE AT DUNDAS

THE PAUL ROSSITER COLLECTION

NEW FINDINGS NEAR CAISSON HOUSE
by Mike Chapman

NARROW LOCKS
by Patrick Moss

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 50 - May 2008

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S NOTES

DONATIONS

NOTICE OF A.G.M

A WALK ALONG THE ROUTE OF THE CANAL TRAMWAY TO THE TIMSBURY AND HIGH LITTLETON COLLIERIES
by Mike Chapman

COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHS

TRAMWAYS NORTH OF PAULTON BASIN - A section of the Cruse Map

SOME TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF THE SOMERSET COAL TRAMWAYS -- Part 3
by R.G. Gilson and G.W. Quartley

NAVVYING NOTES

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 49 -- January 2008

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S COMMENTS

NEW MEMBERS

NAVVYING NOTES

LYME DISEASE

FURTHER NOTES ON CANAL TRAMWAYS: DUNKERTON PIT

PAULTON BASIN

SOME TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF THE SOMERSET COAL TRAMWAYS -- Part 2
R.G. Gilson and G.W. Quartley

TECHNICAL TOPICS -- Why is the towing path on the downhill side?
Adrian Tuddenham .. 19

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 48 -- October 2007

 

EDITOR'S NOTES

CHAIRMAN'S COMMENTS

NAVVYING NOTES

A VISIT TO THE INCLINED PLANES ALONG THE K&A CANAL

BETWEEN DUNDAS AND AVONCLIFF
By Mike Chapman

A RUBBISH DUMP BY THE CANAL NEAR MIDFORD
By Tim Lunt

SOME TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF THE SOMERSET COAL CANAL TRAMWAYS
By R.G. Gilson and G.W. Quartley -- Part 1

A WALK FROM SINGLE HILL TO RADSTOCK
By Terry Paget

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 47 -- June 2007

 

EDITOR'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS & DONATIONS

CHAIRMAN'S COMMENTS - Lock 15 restoration

NAVVYING NOTES

TWO WALKS ALONG THE WILTS & BERKS CANAL -- Calne and Wootton Bassett
by Roger Halse

A VISIT TO THE WILTS & BERKS CANAL at Pewsham near Chippenham
by Richard Hignett

A WALK ALONG THE LINE OF THE WELTON TRAMWAY
by Mike Chapman

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 46 -- September 2006

 

EDITOR'S NOTES

NEW MEMBERS & DONATIONS

CHAIRMAN'S COMMENTS - Lock 15 restoration -- New Membership Secretary -- Walks programme

NAVVYING NOTES

A VISIT TO THE DRAMWAY WHARVES at KEYNSHAM
A walk by Mike Chapman

FURTHER LIGHT IN WELLOW TUNNEL
with Illustrations by Vernon Cook

NATIONAL WATERWAYS FESTIVAL
A report by Roger Halse

"THE DIARY OF A ROWING TOUR FROM OXFORD TO LONDON IN 1875"
Book review by Terry Paget

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 45 -- May 2006

 

NEW MEMBERS & DONATIONS

CHAIRMAN'S COMMENTS

NOTICE OF A.G.M

APPEAL FOR REPLACEMENT MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY

CHRIS HANDLEY -- A Tribute

NAVVYING NOTES

THE CANAL and FULLER'S EARTH MINES at COMBE HAY
A walk by Mike Chapman

THE ODD DOWN WINDMILL

NEW LIGHT IN WELLOW TUNNEL
by Mike Chapman

NATIONAL WATERWAYS FESTIVAL -- Help wanted.

"THE HISTORY OF THE SOMERSET COALFIELD"
Definitive reference book by Down & Warrington reprinted

FUSSELL'S TRIAL BALANCE LOCK
Another chance to visit the site of this boat lift

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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No 44

Not published due to lack of material

No 43

Temporarily missing from archive due to computer crash

ISSUE No 42 -- June 2005

 

CHAIRMAN'S COMMENTS

NEW MEMBERS & DONATIONS

NOTICE OF A.G.M

EDITORIAL

NAVVYING NOTES

THE MYSTERY OF THE JUNCTION - A walk to find the site of the proposed D&SC junction with the K&A canal.
by Derrick Hunt

MORE NEWS FROM THE D&S CANAL - Second boat lift chamber excavated

DRAWING OF THE CLAVERTON PUMP

A VISIT TO THE CLAVERTON PUMP
by Mike Chapman

A VISIT TO CLEVELAND HOUSE
by Derrick Hunt

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 41 -- April 2005

 

EDITORIAL

CHAIRMAN'S COMMENTS

NEW MEMBERS & DONATIONS

NOTICE OF A.G.M

OBITUARY - BILL SCHAFER

NAVVYING NOTES - The Monkey and the Beetle

THE K&A CANAL AND GROSVENOR MEADOWS, BATH -- A WALK
by Mike Chapman

A STONE WHARF NEAR THE VIADUCT HOTEL?
by Mike Chapman

COAL CANAL MILESTONES
by Roger Halse

THE THAMES & SEVERN CANAL NEAR DANEWAY -- A WALK
by Derrick Hunt

TWO APPEALS FROM THE HONORARY ARCHIVIST
by Roger Halse

LIMEKILN CLEARANCE - Good news from the Mells Valley

" JAMES BRINDLEY THE FIRST CANAL BUILDER" - A new book about the canal pioneer

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 40 -- Autumn 2004

 

EDITORIAL

CHAIRMAN'S COMMENTS

NEW MEMBERS & DONATIONS

SATURDAY WALK

THE COLLIERS WAY-- A new cycle route

WATERWAYS MUSEUMS' APPEAL

NAVVYING NOTES -- Lock 5 revisited

WALK -- THE STROUDWATER CANAL

A VISIT TO CROFTON PUMP ON THE K&A CANAL
by Mike Chapman

EXCAVATING FUSSELL'S TRIAL BALANCE LOCK SITE
by Derrick Hunt

TWO FLOWERS OF GLOSTER - Book and CD versions

S.I.A.S. ASKS S.C.C.S. FOR HELP.--Volunteers needed for limekiln project

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 39 -- Spring 2004

 

EDITORIAL

CHAIRMAN'S COMMENTS

CAISSON LOCK APPEAL and TAX MATTERS
by David Chalmers

NEW MEMBERS & DONATIONS

THE RôLE OF THE HONORARY ARCHIVIST
by Roger Halse

NAVVYING NOTES - Dando's Bridge -- Combe Hay Cemetery

WALKS ALONG THE CANAL:
MIDFORD -- WELLOW -- SINGLE HILL -- RADSTOCK
by Mike Chapman

TWO RADSTOCK HERITAGE WALKS
by Mike Chapman

An Accidental Rediscovery -- A Personal Story
by Daniel Brown with additional comment from Hugh Torrens

FROM THE ARCHIVES
by Roger Halse

THE S.C.C. CONSERVATION AND ACCESS STRATEGY
by Roger Halse

FUSSELL'S BALANCE LOCK TRIAL SITE DISCOVERED
First photograph of lock pit

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 38 -- Winter 2004

 

EDITORIAL

CHAIRMAN'S COMMENTS

CAISSON LOCK APPEAL and TAX MATTERS
by David Chalmers

NEW MEMBERS & DONATIONS

THE RôLE OF THE HONORARY ARCHIVIST
by Roger Halse

NAVVYING NOTES - Dando's Bridge -- Combe Hay Cemetery

WALKS ALONG THE CANAL:
MIDFORD -- WELLOW -- SINGLE HILL -- RADSTOCK
by Mike Chapman

TWO RADSTOCK HERITAGE WALKS
by Mike Chapman

An Accidental Rediscovery -- A Personal Story
by Daniel Brown with additional comment from Hugh Torrens

FROM THE ARCHIVES
by Roger Halse

THE S.C.C. CONSERVATION AND ACCESS STRATEGY
by Roger Halse

FUSSELL'S BALANCE LOCK TRIAL SITE DISCOVERED
First photograph of lock pit

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 37 -- Autumn 2003

 

EDITORIAL

CHAIRMAN'S COMMENTS

NEW MEMBERS & DONATIONS

OBITUARY -- MALCOLM BATES

S.C.C. TRAMWAY REFERENCES

NAVVYING NOTES

WALK -- DUNDAS TO MONKTON COMBE

FINDING FUSSELL'S TRIAL BALANCE LOCK

DIGGING FOR EVIDENCE OF THE CAISSON

AVON INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS TRUST'S

S.C.C. PHOTOGRAPHIC PROJECT

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

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ISSUE No 36 -- Summer 2003

 

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