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ITS Transport History workshops, York, UK

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Institute of Railway Studies & Transport History
York, UK

Research Workshops in the History of Transport, Traffic and
Mobility (T2M), 2004-05


14.00 Wednesday 10th November 2004
Aspects of railways in Sweden and the Soviet Union

Fredrik Anderson (Umea University, Sweden)
A coastal railway at all costs: regional railway promotion in northern
Sweden 1900-2000

Tony Heywood (Bradford University)
Iu.V. Lomonosov and the birth of mainline diesel traction in the 1920s.



14.00 Wednesday 1st December 2004
Railway locomotive manufacturing in Britain

Phil Atkins (National Railway Museum)
British Locomotive Building Patterns

David Boughey (University of the West of England)
American Competition and the Standardization Movement in British Loco
Industry



14.00 Wednesday 26th January 2005
Inland navigation in the C18th and C21st

George Revill (Open University)
The River Trent: representation, management, transport and history in a
mobile landscape

Mike Anson (Bank of England Official History Project)
Moving goods to moving people: the development of the modern leisure
waterway.



14.00 Wednesday 16th February 2005
Twentieth-Century public policy compared: motorized bus transport in the
UK and the USA

Corrine Mulley (University of Newcastle)  & Maggie Walsh (University of
Nottingham)

Part 1 The Years to World War Two
Part 2 The Years after World War Two



14.00 Wednesday 9th March 2005
The nationalized versus the privatized railway in Britain

Richard Davies
British Railways 1984-1994

Ernest Godward (Scott Wilson Railways)
The Privatised Railway 1994-2004.


14.00 Wednesday 4th May 2005
Gendered transport

Jane Neal-Smith (London Guildhall University)
Pink Skies: The history and experiences of commercial women pilots

Grace Lees-Maffei (University of Hertfordshire)
Gender and selling the car (Title TBC)



14.00 Wednesday 1st June 2005
Imperial railways, railway imperialism

Gary Goldfinch
Steel in the Sand: The History of Egypt and its Raillways (Title TBC)

Di Drummond (Trinity and All Saints College, Leeds)
Railway development and British imperialism: cultures of dominant
technology?

 All welcome. Refreshments will be served.

Please note all workshops are held in the Yorkshire Rail Academy at
the National Railway Museum, York, UK. The YRA is fully accessible
and may be reached from within The Warehouse at the NRM, off the
Great Hall. The YRA is not open to the general public - you will need to
use the entryphone to get into the YRA. Please do not enter the YRA
more than 10 minutes before the advertised starting time. Ask at the
Museum's welcome desks or any information point if you need help.

The National Railway Museum is about 3 minutes' walk from York
railway station via the new footbridge extension. Please use either
public entrance to the NRM and tell the staff at the desk that you are
attending the IRS&TH workshops. Cycle parking is available at the City
Entrance. Motorists please note that NRM parking charges apply
(except for registered-disabled parking, available at the City Entrance).


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