Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey July 2003
 
Number 90 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)

ANON (2003). Coins reveal how Hannibal bankrupted the Romans. Brit Archaeol 71, page 7.

ANON (2003). Iron Age hilltop 'town' found at Margate. Brit Archaeol 71, page 5.

ANON (2003). Six more bodies found near grave of 'King of Stonehenge.' Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), page 233.

BAYLEY, Justine (2003). The archaeology of glass. Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), page 241.

BAYLEY, Justine (2003). Glass bead-making in Viking York. Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), 252-253.

BAYLEY, Justine (2003). CfA Guidelines: specialist help to the archaeological profession. English Heritage: CfA News 5, 10-11 [EH Centre for Archaeology]

BAYLISS, Alex, Peter MARSHALL and Jane SIDELL (2003). Dating a skeleton from Chambers Wharf, London: a challenging radiocarbon problem. English Heritage: CfA News 5, 12-13 [EH Centre for Archaeology]

BROOK, Anthony (2003). History: Gideon Mantell's inaugural publication. Geology Today 18(6), 223-225 [Sussex; Bignor Roman site]

CARR, Bob (2003). Packaging archaeology. GLIAS Newsl 206, 5-6.

COOL, Hilary (2003). Sex and the cemetery: new light on glass vessels in Romano-British graves. Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), 247-248.

CROSBY, Tony (2003). Surveying Essex breweries. Ind Archaeol News 125, 4-5.

CROSSLEY, David (2003). Which sites need protecting? Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), 260-263 [Deals with glass manufacturing sites including post-medieval and Industrial Revolution periods]

DUNGWORTH, David, and Tom CROMWELL (2003). Silkstone, South Yorkshire: analysis of evidence for glass working. English Heritage: CfA News 5, 14-15 [EH Centre for Archaeology]

ENGLISH HERITAGE (2003). English Heritage buys the site of Boxgrove Man. Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), page 233 [West Sussex]

ENGLISH HERITAGE / GREATER LONDON ARCHAEOLOGY ADVISORY SERVICE (2003). Quarterly Review January to march 2003. English Heritage: 66pp [Croydon site investigations are on page 36]

FENWICK, Keld (2003). Roman London's water supply for all to see. Links (Bull. Newcomen Soc.) 186, 1-2 [Working replica in the Museum of London's courtyard of a well, cistern, and bucket and chain water raising mechanism excavated at Gresham Street]

FREESTONE, Ian (2003). Was all Roman glass imported. Current research in early glass and glass-making. Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), 258-259.

GAIMSTER, David (2003). The Mary Rose. Brit Archaeol 71, 14-19.

HEALY, Frances, and Jan HARDING (2003). Raunds, Northamptonshire pre-Iron Age project. Research on a Prehistoric ritual landscape. English Heritage: CfA News 5, 4-7 [EH Centre for Archaeology]

LADLE, Lilian (2003). Bestwall quarry. Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), 268-273 [Archaeological excavation in a gravel pit to the east of Wareham (Dorset)]

OXLEY, Ian (2003). Taking to the water: the maritime team at Fort Cumberland. English Heritage: CfA News 5, 8-9 [EH Centre for Archaeology]

PESKETT, Laurence, and Adam WILKINSON (2003). The good (and not-so-good) news from Farnborough + Conservation Area onus on local authority. Links (Bull. Newcomen Soc.) 186, 4-5 + page 5 [RAE Farnborough wind tunnels Listed Grade I + news of other structures and buildings at this location and at a similar establishment at Bedford]

PRICE, Jennifer (2003). Gladiators cups. Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), 245-246.

PRICE, Jennifer (2003). Roman vessel glass in Britain. Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), 242-244.

REILLY, Sarah (2003). Chesterton Moat, Warwickshire: mitigation of rabbit damage. English Heritage: CfA News 5, 2-3 [EH Centre for Archaeology]

RILEY, Ray (2003). The first factory? Ind Archaeol News 125, 6-7.

STIFF, Matthew (2003). Anglo-Saxon vessel glass. Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), 250-251.

TAYLOR, Mark, and David HILL (2003). Making mosaic glass and ribbed bowls. Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), page 249.

TYSON, Rachel (2003). Medieval glass vessels: public and private wealth. Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), 254-255.

WICKHAM-JONES, Caroline (2003). The tale of the limpet (the shell fish with a 10,000 year history.) Brit Archaeol 71, page 23 [Interpretation of limpet shells found on Mesolithic sites]

WIGGINS, Ken (2003). Warfare underground. Brit Archaeol 71, 8-13 [Medieval mining and countermining]

WILLMOTT, Hugh (2003). Glass in Tudor and Stuart England. Curr Archaeol 16(6)(186), 256-257.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ANON (2003). Eurotunnel's rail freight aspirations. Modern Railways 60(658), page 37.

ANON (2003). Improving London's freight routes. Modern Railways 60(658), page 54.

ANON (2003). Long-term vision on rural transport. Countryside Focus 26, page 6.

ANON (2003). Transport is key to rural welfare. Countryside Focus 26, page 3.

AUSTIN, Peter (2003). Chairman's Annual Report for 2002. Norwood Rev 162, 3-5.

BENNELLICK, Drew (2003). Forgotten oases? London garden squares. English Heritage: Changing London 2, 2-3.

BROWN, Ian (2003). A budding partnership: TfL and the SRA. Modern Railways 60(658), 55-58 [Transport for London / Strategic Rail Authority]

CROYDON VOLUNTARY ACTION (2003). Directory of Community Organisations in Croydon 2003. Croydon Voluntary Action: 144pp.

DEBNEY, Jason (2003). Planning the future of London's river and other waterways. English Heritage: Changing London 2, 6-7.

ENGLISH NATURE (2003). Corporate plan 2003 - 2006. English Nature: 44pp.

MOORE, Jane (2003). Bromley planning notes. 37-41 Church Road (S.G. Smith site.) Norwood Rev 162, page 2 [Planning permission granted for demolition of former 1930s cinema building]

RAPLEY, John (2003). Will cycling be the saving of Torksey viaduct? Links (Bull. Newcomen Soc.) 186, page 3 [Proposed use of 1840s viaduct (closed 1959) of the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway over the Trent east of Sheffield]

SUMNER, Chris (2003). Down in the urban forest. English Heritage: Changing London 2, page 4.

WAGNER, Charles (2003). Reviving the streets. English Heritage: Changing London 2, 2-3 [Townscape management]

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

BLACKBURN, Mike, Brian HOSKINS, Peter INNESS, and Julia SLINGO (2003). 2002 - a summer of floods and drought. Planet Earth, Summer 2003, page 23.

BONE, David A. (2003). Edmond Martin Venables (1901 - 1990), amateur geologist and natural historian. Proc Geol Assoc 114(2), 139-150 [Sussex: Bognor Regis: London Clay]

BRISTOW, C. Roger (2003). Notes on fossiliferous localities in the Gault between Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, and Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. Proc Geol Assoc 114(2), 123-128.

DONOVAN, Stephen K. (2003). Fossils explained 41. Taphonomy. Geology Today 18(6), 226-231.

ENSOM, Paul (2003). Dinosaur tracks and where they have led on the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset. GA Mag 2(2), page 4.

GLASS, Billy P., and Christian KOEBERL (2003). Invited comments on Kirkham's 'Glauconitic spherules from the Triassic of the Bristol area, SW-England: probable microtektite pseudomorphs. Proc Geol Assoc 114(2), 175-179 [+ reply from Anthony Kirkham]

GOLDING, Peter (2003). Geology of Pegwell Bay. GA Mag 2(2), page 20 [Kent]

HANCOCK, J.M. (2003). Essay review: British Upper Cretaceous stratigraphy. Proc Geol Assoc 114(2), 151-156 [Review of R.N. Mortimore, C.J. Ward, and R.W. Gallois' (2001) work on the Chalk]

HUTHNANCE, John (2003). Sea change. Geoscientist 13(6), 4-7 [Reviews recent / modern / projected sea level changes and their causes]

LLOYD, David A. (2003). Dorset GA Group supports multi-national oil industry field excursion to Britain's first natural World Heritage Site, 26 - 29 September 2002. Proc Geol Assoc 114(2), 173-174.

McCALL, Joe (2003). Global climate change - a view from the floor. Geoscientist 13(6), 18-20.

PRICE, Robert (2003). Geomorphology of golf. Geoscientist 13(6), 8-10 [Geology and golf courses]

RADLEY, Jonathan D. (2003). The Triassic and Jurassic of Warwickshire: report of a 2002 weekend field meeting. Proc Geol Assoc 114(2),167-172.

ROBINSON, [John] Eric (2003). Branch line: the saga of the Watchet wall. Geology Today 18(6), 238-240.

SHACKLETON, Robert Millner (2003). Robert Millner Shackleton (1909 - 2001.) Proc Geol Assoc 114(2), 157-162 [Professor Shackleton was born at Purley]

SUMBLER, Michael G., G.W. GREEN, and D.T. DONOVAN (2003). Comments on Wyatt and Cave's 'The Chalfield Oolite formation (Bathonian, Middle Jurassic) and the Forest Marble overstep in the south Cotswolds and the stratigraphical position of the Fairford Coral Bed' and reply by the authors [R.J. WYATT and R. CAVE]. Proc Geol Assoc 114(2), 181-191.

[TORRENS, H.S.] (2003). Foundations of geology. London: Maggs Bros Ltd Catalogue 1342: 108pp [Illustrated antiquarian book catalogue with an introduction Of geology and books by Hugh Torrens (pages 3-6)]

TRESISE, Geoffrey (2003). George Morton, Henry Beasley and Triassic footprint classification. Proc Geol Assoc 114(2), 129-138.

WALLACE, Gwendolen Margaret Peigi (2003). Gwendolen Margaret Peigi Wallace (1941 - 2001) Obituary. Proc Geol Assoc 114(2), 163-164.

WRIGHT, J.K. (2003). New exposures of the Ampthill Clay near Swindon, Wiltshire, and their significance within the succession of Oxfordian / Kimmeridgian boundary beds in southern England. Proc Geol Assoc 114(2), 97-121.

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LOCAL HISTORY

ANON (2003). Central Line services resume. London Rlwy Rec 36, page 391.

ANON (2003). Guided visit to the Rural History Centre and Museum of English Rural Life at Reading University: Thursday 19 June 2003. Loc Hist News 67, page 29 [Advance notice]

ANON (2003). Royal Mail pulls out of rail. Modern Railways 60(658), page 12 [Closure of Post Office Railway etc]

BANCROFT, Peter. (2003). A station at Scotland Yard. London Rlwy Rec 36, 378-379 [Proposed tube railway to be worked pneumatically and Scotland Yard terminus - some work was done but the project abandoned at an early stage]

BEARD, Tony (2003). Proposed station at Mount Pleasant and the GER - MET connection at Liverpool Street. London Rlwy Rec 36, 394-395 [Proposed but unbuilt station between King's Cross and Faringdon]

BROWN, John W. (2003). Bred, wed and dead in bygone Croydon. John W, Brown dips into Croydon's ancient parish registers ... J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc. 26(2), 32-33.

BROWN, John W. (2003). The story of Norwood. Norwood Rev 162, 17-18.

BROWN, Philip S., and Dorothy N. BROWN (2003). Sick and convalescent visitors in a Victorian seaside resort: Weston-super-Mare. The Local Historian 33(2), 83-98.

CARR, Bob (2003). King's Cross level crossing? GLIAS Newsl 206, 6-7.

CARTER, Ray (2003). Local conversations. Loc Hist News 67, page 28.

CHRISTIE, Peter (2003). All human life is here. Loc Hist News 67, 30-31.

CLOW, Don (2003). Mail Rail - the Post Office London Railway. GLIAS Newsl 206, page 6.

CONNOR, J.E. (2003). The East London Explorer. London Rlwy Rec 36, 375-377 [Photographs / extended captions - Bow Road, King's Cross and Shoreditch Stations and views of other east London lines]

CONNOR, J.E. (2003). The Post Office Tube Railway. London Rlwy Rec 36, pages 361 and 393 [Ceased operation 30 May 2003]

COULTER, John (2003). Britain in old photographs: Norwood [Reviewed by Bill Pitt] Norwood Rev 162, 14-15.

CROSBY, Alan (2003). Bartholomew's half-inch sheet 14. Loc Hist News 67, page 32.

CROSBY, Alan (2003). Heritage revisited. Loc Hist News 67, 2-3.

GALLAGHER, Sheila (2003). Merton records - expanded with local historians' assistance. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc. 26(2), 14-17.

GOODMAN, Judith (2003). God send I may see her a corpse. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc. 26(2), 27-31 [David Haggerstone indicted for the murder of his wife Harriet at Merton in 1836]

HAWKINS, Brenda (2003). Confessions of a conference groupie. J East Surrey Fam Hist Soc. 26(2), 18-19.

JACKSON, Alan A. (2003). To Lea Bridge via the Middle East. London Rlwy Rec 36, 372-373 [Locomotive used on the Suakin - Berber Railway in Sudan re-located to the Lea Bridge water / sewage works, London]

JEFFERY, Keith (2003). Letters, bombs and local history. Loc Hist News 67, page 7.

KAY, Peter (2003). The GNR main line in London: Hornsey Carriage Sidings. London Rlwy Rec 36, 380-385 [Includes track diagram including Lowlock's Siding and Waterworks Sidings between Hornsey and Wood Green and photographs of lines and signal boxes]

KITCHING, Christopher (2003). The Historical Manuscripts Commission: past achievements and future goals. The Local Historian 33(2), 66-73.

MANNING, Pat (2003). South Norwood Country Park. Norwood Rev 162, 9-11.

MILLER, Eric (2003). The 'Parish Mag.' Loc Hist News 67, page 8.

MURRAY, Stephen (2003). Bankside power station: planning, politics and pollution. The Local Historian 33(2), 99-111.

P., W.H. (2003). The Local History Group. Norwood Rev 162, page 13.

PERRY, Emily (2003). Ms. Emily (Patricia) Perry. Norwood Rev 162, 7-8.

PITT, Bill (2003). Charles Darwin Research centre, Puerto Ayora, Galapagos Islands. Norwood Rev 162, page 12.

PITT, Bill (2003). Editorial. Norwood Rev 162, page 2.

RUSSELL, Pamela (2003). Gerard Manley Hopkins and the Lancashire connection. The Local Historian 33(2), 112-120.

SHERWOOD, Tim (2003). Conversion of Metropolitan District Railway permanent way for electric traction 1901 - 1904. Part three. London Rlwy Rec 36, 386-389.

SMITH, Michael J. (2003). The Ealing & South Harrow Railway. London Rlwy Rec 36, 362-371.

SOWAN, P.W. (2003). Croydon quarries inspection reports for 1896 - 1900. CNHSS Site File 10: 7pp [Surrey: LB Croydon: Beulah Brickfields (Thornton Heath) / Fairfield gravel pits / Haling Down chalk pits and limeworks / Coulsdon (Stoats Nest) chalk pits and limeworks / Purley chalk pits / Riddlesdown (Rose and Crown) and Whyteleafe chalk pits and limeworks][CNHSS]

SOWAN, P.W. (2003). Mines pits and quarries in Surrey in 1858. CNHSS Site File 11: 8pp.

TOULMIN, Vanessa (2003). The National Fairground Archive: its origins, development and holdings. The Local Historian 33(2), 74-82.

WINDIATE-BLACKMORE, Rhoda (2003). Memories of "The Trojan." Beckenham Historian 360, page 9 [Trojan motor cars manufactured at Croydon]

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MUSEUMS

BRISTOW, Ron (2003). Yesterday in Hampshire. Links (Bull. Newcomen Soc.) 186, page 10 [Account of the Milestone Museum of historic vehicles / reconstructed commercial premises and street scenes &c]

COUNCIL FOR MUSEUMS, ARCHIVES AND LIBRARIES (2003). Security in museums, archives and libraries. A practical guide. CMAL: viii + 175pp [ISBN 1-903743-13-3]

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NATURAL HISTORY

ANON (2003). A tale of two barns. The Bat Detector 29, page 5 [Great Barn at Wanborough (Surrey) and a barn in Kent]

DAY, John (2003). Illuminating tales: the British glow-worm. Planet Earth, Summer 2003, page 32 [Coleoptera: Lampyris noctiluca and the (rare) Phosphaenus hemipterus].

LOVE, Andrew, and Richard ABBOTT (2003). Evolution in action. Andrew Love and Richard Abbott explain how Britain's newest plant species is an unparalleled opportunity to study evolution. Planet Earth, Summer 2003, 24-25 [York groundsel, Senacio eboracensis, first recognised in 1970]

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