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‘Furnishing the modern street’

Herring, Eleanor (2012) ‘Furnishing the modern street’. In: ICDHS 2012 Design Frontiers: Territories, Concepts, Technologies. Editora Edgard Blucher, São Paulo, pp. 281-285. ISBN 9788521206927

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From Comet to Cal Mac: Two Centuries of Hebridean and Clyde Shipping

Meek, Donald E. and Peter, Bruce (2012) From Comet to Cal Mac: Two Centuries of Hebridean and Clyde Shipping. Ferry Publications, Ramsey, Isle of Man. ISBN 9781906608361

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LET BYGONES BE BYGONES

Oddy, Nicholas (2012) LET BYGONES BE BYGONES. In: Cycle History. Proceedings of the International Cycling History Conference, 21 . Cycling History & Educational Trust, Birmingham, pp. 172-178. ISBN 978-0-9573427-0-5

Legend, Myth and Fraud in Cycling Culture.

Oddy, Nicholas (2012) Legend, Myth and Fraud in Cycling Culture. In: Cycle History. Proceedings of the International Cycling History Conference, 22 (22). Cycling History (Publishing) Ltd (Cylnig History & Educational Trust), Birmingham, pp. 224-228. ISBN 978-09573427-1-2

Prince of Darkness

Oddy, Nicholas (2012) Prince of Darkness. The Train Collector.

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P&O at 175: A World of Ships & Shipping Since 1837

Peter, Bruce and Dawson, Philip (2012) P&O at 175: A World of Ships & Shipping Since 1837. Lily Publications. ISBN 1906608393

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‘Crank-pin tracks and Corinthian columns: engineers and draughtsmen as visual technicians’

Robertson, Frances (2012) ‘Crank-pin tracks and Corinthian columns: engineers and draughtsmen as visual technicians’. In: Art versus industry? Leeds City Museum 23-24 March 2012, 23-4 March 2012, Leeds City Museum.

‘David Kirkaldy (1820-1897) and his museum of destruction: the visual dilemmas of an engineer as man of science’

Robertson, Frances (2012) ‘David Kirkaldy (1820-1897) and his museum of destruction: the visual dilemmas of an engineer as man of science’. Endeavour.

Delineating a rational profession: engineers and draughtsmen as ‘visual technicians’ in early nineteenth century Britain

Robertson, Frances (2012) Delineating a rational profession: engineers and draughtsmen as ‘visual technicians’ in early nineteenth century Britain. In: Three Societies Meeting, 11-14 July 2012, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US.

Manufacturing the visual economy in nineteenth century Britain

Robertson, Frances (2012) Manufacturing the visual economy in nineteenth century Britain. In: International Society for Cultural History, Luneville 2012, 2-5 July, 2-5 July, Chateau Luneville,.

‘The geometric poetry of graphic art’

Robertson, Frances (2012) ‘The geometric poetry of graphic art’. The Drouth, 41. pp. 33-39. ISSN 1474 6190

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