Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey September 2001
 
Number 59 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

Edited by Paul W Sowan, CNHSS Librarian
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ARCHAEOLOGY (including INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY)

ALEXANDER, Mary (2001). The Wisley dug-out boat. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 352, 1-4.

ANON (2001). Merton - proposed development of the Priory site. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 352, 11-12.

BING, Roger (2001). Hidden treasure: expert confirms that this palace is very, very special. Croydon Advertiser 'The Mix', 31 August 2001, page 32 [Report of talk by Tim Tatton-Brown on Old Palace, Croydon]

BLOICE, Brian (2001). Processing the pottery [Southwark and Lambeth Archaeological Soc.] Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 352, page 13.

CAIGER, Nesta (2001). Sand mine, Abbey Wood. Newsl Kent Underground Res Group, 70, page 1.

GOWER, Graham (2001). The Balham hoard - a discovery of antiquities near Tooting. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 352, 5-7.

GRAHAM, David (2001). Frensham Manor. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 352, 12-13.

HUNTER, Rosemary (2001). Pottery through the ages. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 352, 10-11.

MOSS, Gerry (2001). Croydon, Merstham and Godstone Railway. Bull Holmesdale Nat Hist Club, 69, 7-8.

MOSS, Gerry (2001). Merstham quarries walk. Bull Holmesdale Nat Hist Club, 69, page 6.

RENN, Derek (2001). The structure under Great Bookham Church. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 352, page 4.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2001). Investigations at Betchworth limeworks (Southern Battery) TQ 208512. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 123, 15-18.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ANON (2001). Wandle Valley Partnership: Wandle valley in partnership. Business South, July / August 2001, 8-9.

DOYLE, Jay (2001). Seeing the wood for the trees. Surrey Nature Line, 119, 2-4 [Woodland management]

FOX, Richard (2001). The Millennium Atlas of Butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Sanctuary, 30, 14-17.

GODDARD, Philip (2001). Bromley Council Draft Urban Development Programme 2001. Letter sent to the Chief Planner … by the Norwood Society. Norwood Rev, 155, 2-5.

HARDING, Paul T., and Richard FOX (2001). Putting butterflies on the map. NERC News, Summer 2001, 4-5.

HIRST, Rachel (2001). Disturbing news from Salisbury Plain. Sanctuary, 30, 18-20 [Plants characteristic of disturbed ground]

LITTLEWOOD, Andy (2001). Camley Street natural park. Wild London, Summer 2001, page 16 [King's Cross area]

MILLS, Gina (2001). Plants and ozone pollution. NERC News, Summer 2001, 20-21.

MOY, Isabel, and Lena WARD (2001). Restoring nature. NERC News, Summer 2001, 10-11 [Motorway verges etc]

MURPHY, Sarah (2001). New reserve, new challenges .. Papercourt Marshes. Surrey Nature Line, 119, 14-15 [Near Send]

ROBERTS, Jonathan (2001). ELL - from shuttle to Metro. Mod Railways, 58(636), supplement pages i-viii [East London Line proposed extensions]

ROBERTSHAW, Emma (2001). Can our gardens really help wild plants and animals? Wild London, Summer 2001, 6-7.

SCHOLFIELD, Jenny (2001). Gunning for green? Wild London, Summer 2001, 10-11 [Crayford / Bexley: nature reserve established at former gun club 'brownfield' site]

SURREY WILDLIFE TRUST (2001). Annual report 2001. SWT: 8pp

VINES, Gail (2001). Making hay in the field lab. Natural World, 62, 22-23 and 25 [[Restoration of Wiltshire airfield as a wildflower meadow]

WALKER, Jimmie, and Mary ADLER (2001). Surrey: DERA Chertsey / Pirbright. Sanctuary, 30, 99-100.

WALSH, Aly (2001). Getting into warm water. NERC News, Summer 2001, 12-13 [Global warming]

YOUNG, Barbara (2001). Sense and sustainability. NERC News, Summer 2001, 25-28 [With commentary by Jonathon Porritt in pages 28-30]

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

WINCHESTER, Simon (2001). The map that changed the world: the tale of William Smith and the birth of a science. Viking: xiv + 338pp [ISBN 0-670-88407-3]

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LOCAL HISTORY

ABSON, Jonathan (2001). Signalling for non-railwaymen - Part 3. Culver Junction. The Brighton Circular, 27(3), 117-119 [Includes track diagram]

ANON (2001). Addiscombe demolished. The London Railway Record, 29, page 140 [Addiscombe Station demolished June 2001]

ANON (2001). The Brailsford diaries (Continued from Vol. 27, No. 2.) The Brighton Circular, 27(3), 132-136.

ANON (2001). Murder on the Brighton Express. The Brighton Circular, 27(3), 107-110 [Extracts from The Crawley and Ifield Post, 2 May 1914]

BAKER, Ian (2001). Tracing the LSWR route to Hammersmith. The London Railway Record, 29, 110-121.

BALDWIN, John (2001). Introducing the Robbins family. The Brighton Circular, 27(3), 105-106 [Includes staff of London, Brighton & South Coast Railway Co.]

BYFORD, Hugh (2001). More about Hurlstone and his music. Norwood Rev, 155, 12-13.

CARTER, Paul (2001). Early nineteenth-century Criminal Petitions: an introduction for local historians. The Local Historian, 31(3), 130-153.

CONNOR, J.E. (2001). Recalling Burdett Road. The London Railway Record, 29, 126-137 [Former station on the London & Blackwall Railway]

COX, Ron (2001). Ron Cox remembers … no nonsense - but not much tact, either. Beckenham Historian, 338, page 6 [Lt. Col. the Revd. Charles Alexander Shaw Page DSO, MC, Rector of West Wickham 1930 - 42]

COX, Ron (2001). A pre-War schoolboy's reading list. Ron Cox resumes his recollections of the 1930s. Beckenham Historian, 341, page 6.

GATES, Eric (2001). An early 'Brighton' veteran. The Brighton Circular 27(3), 138-139 [Locomotive (photograph)]

GOSLIN, Geoff (2001). London locomotive record. No. 7. The Beyer Peacock 4-4-0Ts. The London Railway Record, 29, 122-125.

HARTLEY, Sarah (2001). Mrs P's journey: the remarkable story of the woman who created the A - Z map. Simon & Schuster: xi + 334pp [ISBN 0-7432-0801-3][Phyllis Pearson of The Geographers' Map Company]

HAYCOCK, Lorna (2001). Foot and mouth disease 1937 - 1938. Loc Hist News, 60, 28-29.

HAYWARD, Colin (2001). Crystal Palace Tunnel Junction signal box. The Brighton Circular, 27(3), page 129.

HERRING, Alan (2001). A time-warp in Wimbledon. Beckenham Historian, 341, page 4 [Southside House, Wimbledon Common]

HOLLIDAY, Nick (2001). Fall of a railway bridge near Sutton. The Brighton Circular, 27(3), 111-117 [Includes three OS map extracts]

JAMES, Jonathan (2001). By Piccadilly Line to Waterloo. The London Railway Record, 29, 138-139 [The Aldwych branch and proposed extension]

JENKINS, T.W. (2001). Sherlock Holmes. Norwood Rev, 155, 6-10 [Arthur Conan Doyle a resident of Tennison Road]

KENNISH, Janet (2001). Rough music in Black Datchet. The Local Historian, 31(3), 154-167.

MACK, Laurie (2001). Early motor-bus operations around Beckenham and Bromley. Part six. Beckenham Historian, 338, page 2.

MARX, Klaus (2001). Brighton shareholders' meetings. The Brighton Circular, 27(3), 140-143.

MARX, Klaus (2001). Pre-rebuilding Three Bridges. The Brighton Circular, 27(3), 102-104 and 144 [Railway station]

MARX, Klaus (2001). Three Bridges. The Brighton Circular, 27(3), page 99 [Railway station]

PASLEY, Charles William (2001). Practical architecture: with an introduction by Lawrance Hurst. Donhead Publishing Ltd: [vi] + [viii] + 268pp [ISBN 1-873394-47-0][Reprint of the 1862 edition of a manual published by the Royal Engineers (Chatham) principally devoted to bricks, brick building, mortars and limes]

PORTER, Brian E. (2001). Resumption of the Kent Victoria County History:- Report on progress. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc, 50, 4-5.

RABY, Peter (2001). Alfred Russel Wallace: a life. Chatto & Windus: xii + 340pp [ISBN 0-7011-6838-2]

SOWAN, Paul W. (2001). Coulsdon sidings (gas lighting.) The Brighton Circular, 27(3), 127-128.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2001). Croydon's designs on Kent's water, 1934 - 35. Newsl Kent Underground Res Group, 70, 2-3.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2001). Croydon's Tramlink. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 123, 18-19.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2001). The Nichols / Nicholls family: limeburners of Charlton and Whyteleafe. Greenwich Ind Hist, 4(5), page 1.

SWINDELL, J.G., and G.R. BURNELL (1860). Rudimentary treatise on well-digging, boring, and pump-work. 4th edn. John Weale: xi + 107 + 12 adverts pp.

TAVENDER, Len (2001). Friars Walk and tables turn. The Brighton Circular, 27(3), 100-101 [Lewes railway station]

TURNER, Simon (2001). Coal to Sheffield Park (Continued from Vol. 27, No. 2.) The Brighton Circular, 27(3), 130-131.

VINER, Michael (2001). Crystal Palace HL branch. The London Railway Record, 29, page 142 and photograph on page 141 [Track lifted 1956 - 57]

WESENCRAFT, Alan (2001). More reminiscences of an octogenarian. Norwood Rev, 155, 14-15.

WILLIS, Frank (2001). Families waited upon daily. Part four. Beckenham Historian, 338, page 8.

WILLIS, Frank (2001). Families waited upon daily. Part seven. Pre-war memories of life in Eden Way, Beckenham. Beckenham Historian, 341, page 8.

WILSON, John Grenell (2000). The forgotten naturalist: in search of Alfred Russel Wallace. Arcadia: xx + 263pp [ISBN 1-875606-72-6]

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MUSEUMS

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NATURAL HISTORY

BARBER, Iain (2001). Mind-bending worms. NERC News, Summer 2001, 6-7 [Pond / lake faunas]

DUNN, Alison S. (2001). Parasites and invasions. NERC News, Summer 2001, 22-23.

HUTCHINSON, George (2001). BSBI News. Index to Nos 71 - 80, January 1996 to January 1999. Botanical Society of the British Isles: 139pp

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