Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey October 1998
Number 22 Library Accessions ISSN 0309 - 8591
Published irregularly at Croydon by the Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society Limited, registered office : 96a Brighton Road, SOUTH CROYDON, Surrey CR2 6AD

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ANON (1998). Abandoned private Cold War bunker near Lower South Park Farm, South Godstone, Surrey. TQ 349470. Siren, 6, page 8.

ANON (1998). Field reports from Kent. Visit to Cold War bunker at Tunbridge Wells, and ROC post, Mai 15, near Rochester, and a Cold War bunker at Gravesend. Siren, 6, 1 and 6-7.

ANON (1998). Finds research in Greater London. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 324, page 15.

ANON (1998). Prehistoric boundaries 'in medieval open fields'. Br Archaeol, 39, page 4.

ANON (1998). Roman life event at Crofton Roman villa. Kent Archaeol Rev, 134, page 91.

ASHBEE, Paul (1998). Aylesford's Bronze Age cists and burials. Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 147-159.

BARNWELL, Paul (1998). Farm buildings and perpetual change. Many farmsteads were adapted as technology advanced in the 18th - 19th centuries. Br Archaeol, 37, 6-7.

BAXTER, R. (1998). Dragon cornered in Milton Regis. Kent Archaeol Rev, 134, 80-81.

BELL, Alan (1998). The building stones of Lancing Chapel. Outcrop, 18, page 7.

BIRD, David (1998). Lost ditches. Br Archaeol, 39, page 14. [Dorking WWII]

BONE, David (1998). Building stones of West Sussex - No. 4. Caen stone. Outcrop, 18, page 8.

BROWN, John W. (1998). Well, well, well, what can this hole be? Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 323, 15-16. [Streatham]

BURGESS, Peter M. (1998). Redstone Woods mine-workings, Redhill. News of the Weald, 30, 2-3. [Fullers earth]

CATFORD, Nick (1998). A Cold War relic in Pluckley. Siren, 6, 2-5. [Domestic nuclear fallout shelter]

CHENERY, Maurice (1998). A brick kiln at Lullingstone Castle, Kent. Kent Archaeol Rev, 134, 81-87.

DENISON, Simon (1998). Dating a cottage and saving a windmill. … achievements of voluntary archaeology. Br Archaeol, 37, page 18.

GOUGH, Harold (1998). Herne Bay's new museum. Kent Archaeol Rev, 134, 92-94.

GREEN, Miranda Aldhouse (1998). Human sacrifices in Iron Age Europe. Br Archaeol, 38, 8-9.

HARP, Peter (1998). A medieval knight finial fragment from Great Burgh Manor House. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 324, 4-5. [Banstead area]

HAWKES, Nigel, and Arthur LEATHLEY (1998). Britain has been keeping left for 2,000 years. The Times, 27 October 1998. [Roman opencast building-stone quarry excavated - rutways evidence for carts driving on the left]

HAWKINS, Duncan (1998). Anglo-Saxon Kingston: a shifting pattern of settlement. London Archaeologist 8(10), 271-278.

HENIG, Martin (1998). The historian Tacitus invented the 'conquest' of Britain … Togidubnus and the Roman liberation. Br Archaeol, 37, 8-9.

HOSKINS, Richard (1998). Lower Palaeolithic discoveries at Eythorne, near Dover. Kent Archaeol Rev, 134, 73-80.

MALONEY, Cath, and T.J. GOSTICK (1998). London fieldwork and publication round-up 1997. London Archaeologist, 8, Supplement, 3, 75-112,

MASON, Claire, et al., 1998, Archaeological notes from Maidstone Museum. Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 237-259.

MOSER, Stephanie (1998). Seeing the past in standard images. Br Archaeol, 39, 10-11. [Appraisal of pictorial reconstructions]

MYNOTT, Edna (1998). The Roman town at Ashford … Kent Archaeol Rev, 134, 91-92.

PARFITT, Keith (1998). An unrecorded? Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Water's End, near Dover. Kent Archaeol Rev, 134, 89-90.

PEARMAN, Harry (1998). Caves and tunnels in south east England. Part 13. Rec, Chelsea Speleol Soc, 24: ii + 62pp. [Caves, mines and tunnels etc in Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Essex, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, London, Surrey, Sussex]

PERKINS, D.R.J (1998). The Abbey Farm training excavation, Phase 2 (1997). Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 260-264.

PERKINS, D.R.J (1998). Researches and discoveries: a report on work by the Trust for Thanet Archaeology. Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 260-264.

PHILP, Brian (1998). Letter re. Roman conquest in Kent. Br Archaeol, 39, page 14.

POTTER, John F. (1998). The distribution of silcretes in the churches of the London Basin. Proc. Geologists' Assoc, 109(4), 289-304.

RIDDLER, Ian (1998). Combs with perforated handles. Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 189-198.

SAUNDERS, M. John (1998). The excavation of a medieval site at Walsingham School, St. Paul's Cray, Bromley, 1995. Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 199-225.

SCOTT, Ian R (1998). Archaeological investigations on the motorway service area, Junction 8, M20 at Eyhorne Street, Hollingbourne. Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 105-145.

SMITH, Victor T.C. (1998). The Roman road at Springhead Nurseries. Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 51-67.

SMYTH, Bill (1998). Changing materials, changing bridges. Br Archaeol, 39, 6-7.

SOWAN, Paul W (1998). Historic Royal Palaces Agency goes underground. Newsl Roy Archaeol Inst, 16, page 15. [Merstham quarries]

STEAD, Ian (1998). Catching the Salisbury Hoard looters. Br Archaeol, 38, 10-11.

STEELE, Alison (1998). Beneath the Trocette: evidence for Roman and medieval Bermondsey. London Archaeologist, 8(10), 265-270.

TURNER, Dennis (1998). An archaeological research strategy for London. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 324, 13-14.

TURNER, Dennis (1998). London's archaeological archive and research centre. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 324, 14-15.

WILKINSON, Paul (1998). Finding Beowulf in Kent's landscape. Br Archaeol, 39, 8-9.

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ALEXANDER, Stuart (1998). JLE facts. Modern Railways, 55(602), 725.

ANON (1998). Gatwick Express people mover. Modern Railways, 55(601), vi-vii.

ANON (1998). Government underwrites two-stage Euro link. Modern Railways, 55(598), page 433.

ANON (1998). Help for the horseshoe bat. News of the Weald, 30, page 4.

ANON (1998). Stonehenge again. Br Archaeol, 39, page 4. [2 km cut-and-cover tunnel the 'final' proposal]

BUTLER, Richard (1998). An update on geological conservation in the London area. London Naturalist, 77, 49-50. [Rose and Crown chalk pit (Riddlesdown); Croham Hurst; Keston Ponds; Springfield Park (Hackney); Norbury Park (Surrey.)]

CRICK, Humphrey (1998). The BTO's danger list: warning to Government about 40 species. BTO News,, 218, page 16.

CUNNINGHAM, Aidan (1998). Miller's Pond: Stage II. Spring Park Activities News, 595, page 9.

DARBY, Patrick (1998). The Dulwich Woods. Wood Warbler, 21, 6-7.

FRITH, Mathew (1998). Palace battles reach critical. Wood Warbler, 21, page 1. [Crystal Palace Park plans]

JOHNSON, May (1998). Old Palace needs new ideas. Croydon Advertiser, 25 September 1998.

MAYES, Julian (1998). Orographic influences on local weather: a Bristol Channel case study. Geography, 83(4)(361), 322-330.

MORGAN, Wendy (1998). Geography for all. Geography, 83(4)(361), 301-307.

MORRIS, Richard (1998). Farewell, cousin to the Crystal Palace. Br Archaeol, 38, page 15. [Demolition of railway station at Oxford]

MORRIS, Richard (1998). Riding down the road to regional chaos. The Government's new culture proposals overlook the issue of conservation. Br Archaeol, 37, page 15.

NICHOLLS, Philip (1998). The National Trust: a spatial audit of conservation progress. Geography, 83(4)(361), 377-382.

NOUTRIA, Ray (1998). So if there is no Great North Wood… ? 12: Brownfields or greenwoods? Wood Warbler, 21, page 5.

READ, Adam, Paul PHILLIPS and Guy ROBINSON (1998). Professional opinions on the evolving nature of the municipal solid waste management industry in the UK. Geography, 83(4)(361), 331-345.

SPELLMAN, Greg (1998). Summer smog in a changing climate. Geography, 83(4)(361), 372-377.

WOOD, Ron (1998). Preserving our woodland. Spring Park Activities News, 596, page 12. [Spring Park Wood Preservation Society]

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BUCHAN, Stevenson (1938). The water supply of the County of London from underground sources. Memoir Geological Survey. vi + 260 + vii-x pages.

HALSEY, D.P,, et al. (1998). Influence of climatically induced cycles in physical weathering. Q J Engineering Geol, 31(4), 359-367.

HEPWORTH, J.V. (1998). Aspects of the English silcretes and comparison with some Australian occurrences. Proc Geologists' Assoc, 109(4), 271-288. [Sarsens]

LOCKWOOD, Austin (1998). Further notes on the geology of Chislehurst Caves. Outcrop, 18, 10-11.

TRUDGILL, S.T., and H.A. VILES (1998). Field and laboratory approaches to limestone weathering. Q J Engineering Geol, 31(4), 333-341.

VILES, H.A., and C.A. MOSES (1998). Experimental production of weathering nanomorphologies on carbonate stone. Q J Engineering Geol, 31(4), 347-357.

WAKEFIELD, Rachael D., and Melanie S. JONES (1998). An introduction to stone colonizing micro-organisms and biodeterioration of building stone. Q J Engineering Geol, 31(4), 301-313.

WILLIAMS, R.B.G., and D.A. ROBINSON (1998). Weathering of sandstone by alunogen and alum salts. Q J Engineering Geol, 31(4), 369-373.

YOUNG, M.E., and D.C.M. URQUHART (1998). Algal growth on building sandstones: effects of chemical stone cleaning methods. Q J Engineering Geol, 31(4), 315-324.

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ANDREWS, Frank W.G. (1998). The Sandwich to Dover Turnpike 1833 - 1874, Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 1-11. [Competition with railway]

ANON (1998). Parish records return to London Borough of Sutton. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 21(3), page 19.

BEBINGTON, Liz (1998). Were you a guide or brownie? Spring Park Activities News, 596, page 9. [950th anniversary of guiding in Shirley]

BEDGGOOD, G. (1998). The Croydon I remember. J Croydon Airport Soc, 34, 8-9.

CARROLL, Terence (1998). Colonel Stephens and the Southern Heights Light Railway. Bourne Soc, Loc Hist Rec, 38, 20-22.

CHITTY, Rose (1998). The Humphrey brothers: a story of the early days of cricket. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 21(3), 38-41.

CROFT, Justin (1998). An assault on the royal justices at Ash and the making of the Sandwich custumal. Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 13-36.

DAVISON, Francis (1998). The development of postal services in Sanderstead and Selsdon. Bourne Soc, Loc Hist Rec, 38, 35-42.

DORKING, Edward A. (1998). What's in a name? J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc, 21(3), 30-31.

DUCK, Margaret (1998). Reminiscences of Mrs. Elsie Coles of Beechwood Gardens, Caterham. Bourne Soc, Loc Hist Rec, 38, 30-33.

FLIGHT, Colin (1998). The earldom of Kent from c. 1050 till 1189. Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 69-82.

FOOKES, Gwyneth (1998). The London Defence Scheme - the Victorian forts along the summit of the North Downs. Bourne Soc, Loc Hist Rec, 38, 48-56. [Caterham, Merstham, and Woldingham]

FRITH, Matthew (1998). Matthew plants his name in the history books. Croydon Advertiser, 13 November 1998. [Impatiens frithii discovered in Western Cameroons, Africa]

GADSBY, Joy (1998). The Bourne Society village histories. 3. Sanderstead. The Bourne Society: viii + 172pp.

HANCOX, L.A. (1998). In days gone by. J Croydon Airport Soc, 34, page 10.

JACKSON, Patrick N. Wyse (1998). William Henry Fitton (1780-1861) and the Wollaston Medal of 1852. Geoscientist, 8(10), page 9.

JAMES, Trevor (1998). Bibliography of British athletic club histories. Bulletin Centre for Athletics History, 2: ii + 19pp.

LAST, Geoffrey (1998). The Reverend Captain. J Croydon Airport Soc, 34, 6-7.

McCULLOUGH, Hugh (1998). The Regal Cinema, Purley. Bourne Soc, Loc Hist Rec, 38, 16-19.

McLAIN, Bradley A. (1998). Factors in market establishment in medieval England: the evidence from Kent 1086-1350. Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 83-103.

MILLER, Robert (1998). Eighty years on from 1918. Beckenham Historian, 313, page 8. [History of the Imperial War Museum]

MITCHELL, Ian (1998). The public markets of some north-west Kent towns 1700-1850. Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 173-187. [Includes Bromley]

MOORE, Derek (1998). Old Quarry Hall estate, Springbottom Lane. Bourne Soc, Loc Hist Rec, 38, 3-9.

OATES, Joseph A.H. (1998). Lime and limestone. Chemistry and technology, production, and uses. Wiley - VCH: xvii + 455pp.

PACKHAM, Roger (1998). Fire in Caterham Valley - 1868. Bourne Soc, Loc Hist Rec, 38, page 34.

POOLEY, Alan V. (1998). Hampton Cottage. Newsl Leatherhead District Loc Hist Soc, 3/98, 2-4.

PRINGLE, Charles (1998). Genesis of World War II. Bourne Soc, Loc Hist Rec, 38, 57-64.

PROUT, John, 1881, Profitable clay farming under a just system of tenant right. Second edition. London: Edward Stanford: 100pp. [Hertfordshire]

REED, Nicholas (1998). Beckenham's best seller and the woman who watched the trains go by. Enid and Edith: two famous local authors remembered. Beckenham Historian, 313, 4-5. [Enid Blyton / Edith Nesbit]

SAALER, Mary (1998). Hidden shoes at Coulsdon Road, Coulsdon. Bourne Soc, Loc Hist Rec, 38, 10-15.

SHAW, Peter J. (1998). The early history of the Hillcroft School - 1872 to 1903. Bourne Soc, Loc Hist Rec, 38, 23-29. [Caterham]

SOWAN, Paul W. (1998). Early 19th century fullers earth mining at Nutfield. News of the Weald, 30, page 3.

STANSFIELD, M.M.N. (1998). Recovering the past: the aftermath of Canterbury Cathedral's audit house fire of 1670. Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 37-50.

TARPLEE, Peter (1998). The electrical undertakings of Surrey. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 105, 13-19.

THOMAS, Ewart (1998). Alfred Russel Wallace (1823 - 1913) Part II. Gaz South London Botan Inst, October 1998, 5-7,

TWEED, L.J. (1998). Hurricane L 1552, JU-N no. 111 Squadron, RAF. J Croydon Airport Soc, 34, 13-15.

WALLACE, Alfred Russel (1998). [Editorial] The Linnean, 14(3), 1-3.

WARD, Jan (1998). Leonard Stokes - architect in a dressing gown. Bourne Soc, Loc Hist Rec, 38, 43-47. [Woldingham]

WILLIS, Frank (1998). The London bus scene in the Second World War - Part two. Personal snapshots of the years of war and austerity which followed. Beckenham Historian, 312, 6-7; and Part three. Ibid, 313, page 7.

WILLIS, J.P. (1998). The Ashtead archive. Newsl Leatherhead District Loc Hist Soc, 3/98, 5-7.

YATES, Nigel (1998). A Kentish clerical dynasty: Curteis of Sevenoaks. Part II: 1874 - 1907. Archaeologia Cantiana, 117, 161-171.

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Society of Museum Archaeologists (1997). Selection, retention and dispersal of archaeological collections. Guidelines for use in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Revision 1997. Society of Museum Archaeologists: 4pp.

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ALLEN, D.E. (1998). Holland Park: a bramble oasis. London Naturalist, 77, 63-64.

BASHFORD, Richard, and Richard GREGORY (1998). The Breeding Bird Survey: 1996 - 1997 report. BTO News, 218, 10-13.

BOWLT, Colin, et al. (1998). Hampstead Heath Survey. Progress report for 1997. London Naturalist, 77, 189-202.

BOWLT, Colin (1998). London's urban woodlands - ancient and modern. London Naturalist, 77, 51-62.

BURTON, Rodney M. (1998). Botanical records for 1997. London Naturalist, 77, 225-236. [v.c. 16 West Kent in pp. 228-230; v.c. 17 Surrey in pp. 230-231]

GLUE, David (1998). Siskins star - but where are the house sparrows. BTO News, 218, 8-9.

HILL, K. (1998). Plant gall records for 1996 and 1997. London Naturalist, 77, 149-152.

HOLT, Martin (1998). The natural history of Hounslow Heath Local Nature Reserve-vascular plants. London Naturalist, 77, 65-72.

HONEY, Martin R., et al. (1998). The fauna and flora of the newly created Wildlife Garden in the grounds of the Natural History Museum, London. London Naturalist, 77, 17-47.

ING, Bruce (1998). Corticolous myxomycetes from central London. London Naturalist, 77, 83-89.

McLAUCHLIN, Jane, and Malcolm JENNINGS (1998). The flora of Croydon's ponds. London Naturalist, 77, 73-81. [Thirty ponds are listed, of which 26 were surveyed]

MENZIES, Ian, et al. (1998). Survey of Bookham Common. Fifty-sixth year. Progress report for 1997. London Naturalist, 77, 155-175.

MILNER, J. Edward (1998). Spider records for the London area in 1997. London Naturalist, 77, 147-148.

MORRIS, Patrick (1998). The National Trust - biology as well as buildings. The Linnean, 14(3), 31-32.

PROWSE, Alan D. (1998). Birds of Bookham Common in the breeding season. London Naturalist, 77, 177-187.

SLATTER, Enid (1998). Some noteworthy early British floras and their diverse authors. Part two. The Linnean, 14(3), 22-27.

SUTCLIFFE, David W. (edr.) (1994). Water quality and stream indicators in marine and freshwater systems: linking levels of organisation. Freshwater Biological Association: viii + 182 + (ii)pp.

TEAGLE, W.G. (1998). Blackheath in the 1950s and 1960s. Addenda and corrigenda. London Naturalist, 77, page 153.

VAUGHAN, Anthony (1998). Old field boundaries and their survival in a public open space - the case of Hampstead Heath. London Naturalist, 77, 203-223.

VICKERY, Juliet, and Andy WILSON (1998). New skylark population estimates. BTO News, 218, 14-15.

WALLACE, Alfred Russel (1998). Editorial. The Linnean, 14(3), 1-3. [Portrait]

WHEELER, Alwyne (1998). Ponds and fishes in Epping Forest, Essex. London Naturalist, 77, 107-146.

WILLIAMS, L.R., et al. (1998). Monitoring butterflies at four open spaces in north-west London. London Naturalist, 77, 91-106.

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