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The historical archaeology of Vancouver
Streetcar suburbs and other aspects of the development of a city whose historical archaeology has rarely been examined.
The mines of south east Spain
La Union, east of Cartagena, Murcia, has been mined since pre-Roman times and is an industrial archaeologist's heaven.
The historical archaeology of miniatures
Mass-produced miniatures, though ubiquitous throughout the last few centuries, have either been overlooked or given little value by historiucal archaeologists.
The historical archaeology of British Columbia
I have connections with the westernmost province of Canada. BC's history is well-researched, but not so its industrial past.
The historical archaeology of Nottingham
It would be remiss of me to ignore the recent past of the city in which I live.
Painted bricks
The archaeology of painted advertisements
Rusty rails
Forgotten and abandoned rail and tramways
A historical archaeologist at large
Thoughts, notes and images that don't fit into any particular category.

Snailbeach, Shropshire
Snailbeach lead mine, Shropshire

streetcar tracks beneath Granville Bridge, Vancouver
Streetcar tracks buried beneath Granville Bridge, Vancouver