Saturday 22 April 2017 SERIAC 2017 - South East Regional Industrial Archaeology Conference
Annual one-day conference at Worthing College, Sanditon Way, Worthing BN14 9FD
Hosted by Sussex Industrial Archaeology Society (SIAS)

The 42nd Series of Industrial Archaeology Lectures
Lecture Course at Guildford 2017-18

Tuesdays 19:30 - 21:30 at the Diocesan Education Centre, Guildford Cathedral.
The Education Centre is the first building on the left near the top of the road up to the cathedral;
Park on the left just before the Education Centre and enter by the first door you come to.
There is easy parking and almost step-free access.

10 October 2017
The R101 Disaster and the Broken Elevator Cable
Dr Bryan Lawton, Newcomen Society
24 October 2017
The River Thames Society and the River Thames
Peter Finch, Chairman RTS
31 October 2017
The History of Croydon, London’s Main Airport of the 1920s and 1930s
Peter Skinner, Archivist, Historic Croydon Airport Trust
14 November 2017
Strange Planes
Colin van Geffen, Aviation Artist and Enthusiast
21 November 2017
Tales and Trails of the Tillingbourne Valley Project
Dr Anne Sassin, Surrey Hills
12 December 2017
Members’ Talks Evening - Free to all lecture attendees (even if not members of SIHG)
Short talks by members plus refreshments and a chance to meet other members
Christmas Break
  9 January 2018
The Development of the Motor Car in the Interwar Years
Trevor Williams. Farnham U3A
30 January 2018
The Planning and Construction of High Speed 1
Doug Irvine, Civil Engineer
  6 February 2018
Eric Alliott RFC, RAF and From Icarus to Airbus
Michael Alliott, son of an Aviation Pioneer
20 February 2018
Heroes & Villains of the Basingstoke Canal
R Cansdale, Basingstoke Canal Society
  6 March 2018
Shieldhall, thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund
Graham Mackenzie, Chief Engineer of SS Shieldhall

Fees for the whole course: Non-member £40 full fee, SyAS/SIHG member £35.
Single lectures at £5, payable on the night, are open to all.