Looking at the web site - there is very little information re the actual
programme other than outline of times for tea breaks and troughing
There is very little to do with tours of mine sites with exception of the
pre conference day out to travel all that way it is disappointing there is
no mining orientated visits above and below ground or is it me not reading
On 13 February 2014 08:54, Peter Claughton <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> With only five months to go it is time to submit your proposed papers for
> the 10th International Mining History Congress in Charters Towers,
> Queensland, Australia, 8-12 July 2014
> More information is available on the Web at www.ct2014miningcongress.comor e-mail Kett Kennedy <mailto:
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> Some people have noted a problem with the Web address provided back in
> December, it did not link to the site as up-dated earlier this month. I
> have checked the link above and that works fine but, if in doubt, type the
> address in rather than relying on the hyper-link.
> Best wishes
> Dr Peter Claughton,
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