Subterranea 23, June 2010

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In This Issue… 1,000th Member, Delights of Luxembourg, CLC Tunnels, Liverpool & Hindhead Road Tunnel.

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Contents:

Subterranea Britannica: a Grand Society!, Martin Dixon, p.1
From the Chairman, Martin Dixon, pp.1-2
Subterranea Britannica AGM 2010 – Minutes, p.3
Subterranea Britannica EGM 2010 – Minutes, p.3
News

  • Archaeology, pp.4-5
  • Conservation and Heritage, p.6
  • Health and Safety, pp.6-7
  • Military and Defence, pp.7-9
  • Mines and Quarries, pp.9-10
  • Miscellaneous, pp.10-11
  • Publications – Books and Monograph Reviews, pp.11-13
  • Tunnels and Tunnelling, pp.13-15

Some Comments on UK Shelter Policy in WWII, Robin Woolven, pp.16-22
The CLC Tunnels at Walton, Liverpool, Paul Wright, pp.23-25
Investing in the Brunel Legacy, East London Line News – Dec 2008, p.25
Glick-Ems at Hahn, Tim Robinson, pp.26-32
Mare’s Hill Moulding-sand Mine, Pulborough, West Sussex, Paul W. Sowan, pp.33-35
The projected Solent railway tunnel to link Hampshire to the Isle of Wight, Paul W. Sowan, p.35
Berry Bros & Rudd Cellars and Possible Ice-Storage Pit, St. James’s Street, London, Paul W. Sowan, pp.36-37
“De-Luxe – the Delights of Luxembourg”, Martin Dixon, John Lill, Paul Sowan, John Burgess, Linda Bartlett, Stewart J. Wild & David Ferris, pp.38-45
The new Hindhead road tunnel on the A3, Surrey, Paul W. Sowan & Martin Dixon, pp.46-48
The Tunnel-Tiger’s Tale, Stewart Wild, pp.49-50
The intended Liverpool and Birkenhead Subway, Paul W. Sowan, pp.50-51
Hobnobs, Bunkers and Tunnels – It Must Be Berlin!, Bob Clary, pp.52-56
Rare timber-lined Air Raid Shelter uncovered in Downend, South Gloucestershire, p.56

Keywords / Topics:

Robert Lowe. Royston Cave.
Stockport. Deep Level. London.
CLC.
Rotherhithe Tunnel.
Cold War. Cruise Missile. Wuschheim.
Brickmaking.
Ice storage. Ice pit.
Ironstone Mine. Strombierg Gypsum. Rumelange. Walferdange. Douaumont Fort.
A3.
Miners.
Tunnel.
Mike Barton. Bunker 5005. Bunker. Zossen Wunsdorf. Maybach. Zeppelin.

Additional information

Weight 208 g
Dimensions 297 x 210 x 5 mm