Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey February 2003
 
Number 83 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
Go directly to:  
Archaeology (including Industrial Archaeology) CNHSS Home Page
General / Geography / Planning / Conservation / Reference CNHSS Archives Page
Geology / Earth Sciences  
Local History Index of CBRS issues
Museums (no items in this issue) Next issue of CBRS
Natural History Previous issue of CBRS

 

 

ARCHAEOLOGY (including INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY)

ANON (2002). Ebbsfleet Saxon mill. Curr Archaeol 16(3)(183), page 93.

ANON (2002). Reconstructing Roman London's waterworks. Curr Archaeol 16(3)(183), page 92.

BAXTER, Ian, Christopher CHIPPINDALE, and Andrew SELKIRK (2002). Stonehenge: the 'brownfield' approach. Curr Archaeol 16(3)(183), 94-97.

BROWN, Ivor John (2003). Collyweston slate mines, Northamptonshire - 20 October 2002. Newsl Peak District Mines Hist Soc 105, 7-8 [Report on visits in 2002 and the 1960s and historical notes]

COLEMAN-SMITH, Richard (2002). Excavations in the Donyatt potteries: site 13. Post-Medieval Archaeol 36, 118-172 [Somerset: mid-17th - mid-18th century pottery workshops and kilns]

CROMWELL, Tom, and Ian BETTS (2002). Windsor Castle Governor's House floor: recording a medieval tiled floor. Engl Heritage Centre Archaeol News 4, 10-11.

DIVERS, David, Douglas KILLOCK, and Philip ARMITAGE (2002). Post-medieval development at 8 Tyers gate, Bermondsey. London Archaeologist 10(3), 69-75.

DIVERS, David (2002). The post-medieval waterfront development at Adlards Wharf, Bermondsey, London. Post-Medieval Archaeol 36, 39-117 [Post-medieval - Victorian river defences, wharves, and pottery waste]

GOWER, Graham (2002). A suggested Anglo-Saxon signalling system between Chichester and London. London Archaeologist 10(3), 59-63.

GROVES, Cathy, and Peter MARSHALL (2002). From Belarus to Bexley: dendrochronology and imported timbers from Danson House, Bexley, Kent. Engl Heritage Centre Archaeol News 4, 8-9.

MORTLOCK, Pat (2003). The Elizabethan religious settlement. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc. 55, 10-11.

MYTUM, Harold (2002). The dating of graveyard memorials: evidence from the stones. Post-Medieval Archaeol 36, 1-39 [Inscriptional phasing]

PARFITT, Keith (2003). Minster Roman villa 2002. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc. 55, page 1.

PAYNE, Andrew (2002). A hillfort within a hillfort: the Wittenham Clumps Heritage Landscape Project. Engl Heritage Centre Archaeol News 4, page 5.

PICKERING, Peter (2002). Learning from ten years of PPG16. London Archaeologist 10(3), 64-68.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2002). Where did the buildings come from? Buildings, building-materials, and underground mines and quarries in south-east England. Zagreb: Acts of the Symposium 3rd International Symposium on Souterrains, Starigrad Paklenica, 15-18 September 2000, 111-124 and 139-144 [Reprinted with minor corrections and additions 2003 in 26pp]

SOWAN, Paul W. (2003). Reopening an underground building-stone quarry at Gatton (Surrey.) Part 1. Newsl Peak District Mines Hist Soc 105, 10-11 [Report on visits in 2002 and the 1960s and historical notes]

WALLOWER, Becky (2002). Roman temple complex in Greenwich Park? Part 2. London Archaeologist 10(3), 76-82.

WARD, Alan (2003). Church archaeology 1: St. Mary's Church, Eastwell. Newsl Kent Archaeol Soc. 55, page 12.

[Go to top of page]

GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

COREY, Mark (2002). The Battle of Banstead Commons. The Downlander 35, 20-21.

CROYDON LB (2002). The Croydon plan: replacement Unitary Development Plan. Written statement. First deposit draft. 30th October - 10th

December 2002. LB Croydon: 244pp + 3 folded maps.

FORD, Roger (2002). CBI determines Thameslink programme: London Bridge resignalling for Thameslink 2000 will have to wait on technology. Modern Railways 60(652), page 19.

HEWLETT, Geoff (2002). The Quarry Hangers story. The Downlander 35, page 17.

STRACY, Julia (2002). Downlands Project task report April-September 2002. The Downlander 35, 12-15.

[Go to top of page]

GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

BRISTOW, Roger (2002). Comment on Peake's 'Plea to subdivide the Chalk.' Proc Geol Assoc 113(4), 355-357.

BROMLEY, Richard G/ (2002). Comment on Peake's 'Plea to subdivide the Chalk.' Proc Geol Assoc 113(4), 357-358.

GALE, A.D. (2002). Comment on Peake's 'Plea to subdivide the Chalk.' Proc Geol Assoc 113(4), 358-359.

HANCOCK, J.M. (2002). Comment on Peake's 'Plea to subdivide the Chalk.' Proc Geol Assoc 113(4), page 359.

HOARE, Peter G., C. Robin STEVENSON, and Steven P. GODBY (2002). Sand sheets and ventifacts: the legacy of aeolian action in west Norfolk. Proc Geol Assoc 113(4), 301-317.

HUTCHINSON, John N., and G. Russell COOPE (2002). Cambering and valley bulging, periglacial solifluction and Lateglacial coleoptera at Dowdeswell, near Cheltenham. Proc Geol Assoc 113(4), 291-300.

MORTIMORE, Rory N. (2002). Comment on Peake's 'Plea to subdivide the Chalk.' Proc Geol Assoc 113(4), 351-355.

PEAKE, Norman B. (2002). A plea to subdivide the Chalk on future maps in a manner applicable to the whole of Britain. Proc Geol Assoc 113(4), 345-347 and 359-362 [Biostratigraphical zones]

ROSE, Edward P.F., John D. MATHER, and Dierk WILLIG (2002). German hydrogeological maps prepared for Operation 'Sealion': the proposed invasion of England in 1949. Proc Geol Assoc 113(4), 363-379.

RUFFELL, A.H., S.P. HESSELBO, G.D. WACH, M.I. SIMPSON, and D.S. WRAY (2002). Fuller's earth (bentonite) in the Lower Cretaceous (Upper Aptian) of Shanklin (Isle of Wight, southern England.) Proc Geol Assoc 113(4), 281-290.

TRACEY, Steve, Stephen K. DONOVAN, Diana CLEMENTS, Paul JEFFERY, John COOPER, Phil RYE, and Caroline HENSLEY (2002). Temporary exposures of the Eocene London Clay Formation at Highgate, north London: rediscovery of a fossiliferous horizon 'lost' since the nineteenth century. Proc Geol Assoc 113(4), 319-331.

WOODS, M.A., D.T. ALDISS, and P.M. HOPSON (2002). Comment on Peake's 'Plea to subdivide the Chalk.' Proc Geol Assoc 113(4), 348-351.

WOODS, M.A. (2002). The macrofossil biostratigraphy of the Turonian and Coniacian (Upper Cretaceous, Chalk Group) of southeast Devon. Proc Geol Assoc 113(4), 333-344.

[Go to top of page]

LOCAL HISTORY

ANON (2003). Cromwell's Right of Wey. Nat Trust South East News, Spring 2003, page 1 [350th anniversary of the opening of the Wey Navigation, created 1651- 53]

ANON (2003). Gatwick Beehive receives top AIA award Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc. 117, 10-11 [Gatwick Airport: restoration of the pre-War terminus building]

BARTER, W (2002). Footboards and battery boxes. Invicta [Jl. South Eastern and Chatham Railway Society] 58, 4-9.

BEDWELL, John (2002). The Grand Surrey Canal. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(4), 42-45.

BLACKWELL, John (2003). Sussex main lines - a year 2002 survey. 4. Brighton to Lewes. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc. 117, 12-15.

BLAKE, Paul (2002). Twenty-five years gone - and how many more to come?. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(4), 5-7 [25th anniversary of the Society].

BLANCHARD, Ray (2002). South Bermondsey LBSCR: gone but not forgotten. London Rlwy Rec 34, 314-316.

BLYTHMAN, Guy (2003). Lost windmills of Sussex: Storrington. Sussex Mills Group Newsl. 117, 12-14.

BONNET, Bob (2003). Nutley windmill. Sussex Mills Group Newsl. 117, 5-6.

BOYCE, Peter (2002). Mr. Boyce on Mr. Balls. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(4), 18-22.

BRAHAM, Francesca (2002). The Griffin enigma. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(4), 39-41.

BROWN, John W. (2002). Almost stumped by a mystery photograph from New Zealand. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(4), 37-38.

CAMBRIDGE, Nicholas Anthony, 1997, Croydon General Hospital: the future? Typescript: 2pp

CAMBRIDGE, Nicholas Anthony (2002). The life and times of Dr. Alfred Carpenter 1825-92. UL MD Thesis: 347pp

CHALLIS, David Milbank (2002). Descriptive memories. Sheetlines 65, 37-40 [Production of J.B. Harley's Ordnance Survey maps - a descriptive manual]

COLE, John (2002). Large scale topics - old and new. Sheetlines 65, page 42.

CONNOR, J.E. (2002). Early days at Cranley Gardens. London Rlwy Rec 34, 290-297.

COX, R.C.W. (2003). Ron Cox remembers .. Why us? The night of April 16th, 1941. Beckenham Historian 355, page 8.

DONOVAN, D.T. (2002). A non-existent hill on the first edition of the 1:25,000 map. Sheetlines 65, 41-42.

DURDEN, Diana, and Peter HOLTHAM (2003). Visit to Shoreham Cement Works. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc. 117, 8-9.

FARRANT, John (2003). Nineteenth century coal yards at Pevensey Bay. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc. 117, 6-7.

GALLAGHER, Sheila (2002). Merton Parish records: settlement and bastardy examinations 1816 (1) & 1819 - 1836. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc 25(4), 26 and 46-48.

HELLYER, Roger (2002). Boundary markers. Sheetlines 65, 31-35.

HELLYER, Roger (2002). Creating the 1: 25,000 cartobibliography - some reflections. Sheetlines 65, 7-15.

HICKS, Philip (2003). Oldland windmill. Sussex Mills Group Newsl. 117, 7-8.

HODGKINS, David (2002). The second railway king: the life and times of Sir Edward Watkin 1819 - 1901. Cardiff: Merton Priory Press: xx + 713pp + 53 plates [ISBN 1-898937-49-4][CNHSS]

HOLDEN, Roger N. (2002). In support of the 1:25,000 map. Sheetlines 65, page 61.

HOLLIDAY, Don (2002). The Victoria power signalling scheme of 1920. Invicta [Jl. South Eastern and Chatham Railway Society] 58, 11-19.

JEFFRIES, Stuart (2003). 'The black Dvorak' The Guardian G2, 3 January 2003, page 5 [Samuel Coleridge-Taylor]

JONES, Robin (2003). Bluebell Railway locomotive works visit. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc. 117, 7-8.

JONES, Robin (2003). Country walk to Argos Hill windmill. Sussex Mills Group Newsl. 117, 11-12.

JONES, Robin (2003). Polegate windmill. Sussex Mills Group Newsl. 117, 6-7.

JONES, R.F. (2003). High Salvington windmill; Windmill Hill windmill; Jill windmill; Stone Cross windmill. Sussex Mills Group Newsl. 117, pages 4, 6, and 7.

JUDEN, Chris (2002). OS maps on your PC. Sheetlines 65, 54-56.

KAY, Peter (2002). The GN main line in London: Ferme Park. Part one. London Rlwy Rec 34, 308-313.

KINGSLAND, John (2002). L.C. & D.R. carriage truck Invicta [Jl. South Eastern and Chatham Railway Society] 58, 21-22.

McCOOEY, Christopher (2002). The Pied Piper of Bromley. Christopher McCooey meets an expert ratcatcher. The Times, 8 June 2002.

MARTIN, Ron (2003). Rottingdean windmill. Sussex Mills Group Newsl. 117, page 8.

MITCHELL, Vic, and Keith SMITH (2003). Surrey narrow gauge including south London. Midhurst: Middleton Press: 96pp [ISBN 1-901706-87-7]

O'BRIEN, C.I.M. (2002). A man for his time? Sir Charles Arden-Close 1865 - 1952. Sheetlines 65, 43-51.

OLIVER, Richard (2002). Diagnostics for distinguishing emarginate revised New Series and Third Edition sheets. Sheetlines 65, 19-30.

PARKER, M. (2002). Mystery school saloon. Invicta [Jl. South Eastern and Chatham Railway Society] 58, 25-27.

PARKER, M. (2002). SE & CR lavatory third No. 877. Invicta [Jl. South Eastern and Chatham Railway Society] 58, page 31.

PARKER, M. (2002). SE & CR 1905 boat train. Invicta [Jl. South Eastern and Chatham Railway Society] 58, 32-33.

PATON, Peter (2002). London photographs by Peter Paton. London Rlwy Rec 34, 305-307.

RISBY, Jon (2002). New maps. Sheetlines 65, 64-68.

SHERWOOD, Tim (2002). Conversion of Metropolitan District Railway permanent way for electric traction 1901 - 1904. Part one.. London Rlwy Rec 34, 298-304.

STEPHENS, R. (2002). Locomotive lamps of the SE & CR. Invicta [Jl. South Eastern and Chatham Railway Society] 58, 23-24.

STOKES, Jeremy (2002). Explorer developments. Sheetlines 65, page 6.

STUBBS, Peter (2002). Ordnancemaps topics. Sheetlines 65, 59-60.

TURNER, Simon (2002). Hills Bros. and all that: SECR area PO's registered by the Midland Railway. Invicta [Jl. South Eastern and Chatham Railway Society] 58, 28-30.

WAIGHT, Eric (2002). Field documents. Sheetlines 65, 60-61.

WHEELER, R.C. (2002). Seventh Series coves - an update and an appeal. Sheetlines 65, 17-18.

WILSON, Robin (2003). Coultershaw update. Newsl Sussex Ind Archaeol Soc. 117, 11-12 [Beam pump]

[Go to top of page]

MUSEUMS

No items in this issue

[Go to top of page]

NATURAL HISTORY

ANON (2003). 'Twitchers' flock in to see rare owls. Croydon Advertiser, 10 January 2003 [South Norwood Country Park: long-eared owls]

BRAITHWAITE, Michael (2003). BSBI Local Change pilot study 2002. BSBI News 92, 11- 13.

BRAITHWAITE, Michael (2003). A crucifer with 'no flowers to speak of' - cleistogamy and prolifery in Cardamine corymbosa (New Zealand bitter-cress.). BSBI News 92, 14- 16.

BURTON, Rodney (2003). The New Atlas of the British and Irish Flora … and a personal view from Rodney Burton. South London Botan Inst Gaz, January 2003, 4-5.

CHATFIELD, June (2003). Fungus forays during WEA/SLBI Courses, Autumn 2002. South London Botan Inst Gaz, January 2003, 11-13 [Peabody (Knights) Hill, Tulse Hill; Dulwich Upper Wood; Wimbledon Common]

GRANT, Mike (2003). Rupture on the carpet: ornamental uses of Herniaria glabra. BSBI News 92, 26-27.

HARRIS, Philip (2003). Sex is not everything! Or 'The progeny of the "Proliferous" prothallus' (1) South London Botan Inst Gaz, January 2003, 6-11 [Life cycle of ferns]

HEWLETT, Geoff (2002). Butterflies to look for in the Downland Project area. The Downlander 35, 18-19.

ILIFF, James (2003). New names, genera, families and their 'natural orders' - a plea. BSBI News 92, 29-31.

LEADBETTER, David (2003). Lawn and flower bed weeds. BSBI News 92, 28-29.

LOUSLEY, J.E. (2003). Notes on the schooldays of J.E. Lousley, President of the SLBI from 1968 until 1976. South London Botan Inst Gaz, January 2003, page 5.

POPE, Colin (2003). The first British record for fringed gentian (Gentianella ciliata.) BSBI News 92, page 14.

PRATT, Edward (2003). Cluster oaks originating from Savernake Forest. BSBI News 92, 23-24.

STRACY, Julia (2002). Glow worm - Lampyris noctiluca. The Downlander 35, page 23.

WALKER, Kevin J. (2003). Eriophorum gracile formerly present in Northamptonshire (V.C. 32). BSBI News 92, 16- 18.

WARD, Lena K., Alan HACKSHAW, and Ralph T. CLARKE (2003). Do food-plant preferences of modern families of phytophagous insects and mites reflect past evolution with plants? Biol J Linnean Soc. 78(1), 51-83.

WHITEHEAD, Paul E. (2003). A brief discourse on two tree species damaged by wind. BSBI News 92, 27-28.

[Go to top of page]

Last updated 9th October 2003
Copyright © 2003 Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society Limited