Subterranea 36, August 2014


In This Issue… Crystal Palace High-Level Station Subway, London’s Lost Rivers, Lapal Canal Restoration Project, Sub Brit’s Prague Study Weekend

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Chairman’s Welcome, Martin Dixon, p.1
Subterranea Britannica Diary, p.2

  • Archaeology, pp.3-4
  • Health and Safety, p.4
  • Military and Defence, pp.4-6
  • Mining and Quarrying, pp.6-9
  • Miscellaneous, pp.9-10
  • Tunnels and Tunnelling, pp.10-16

Crystal Palace High-Level Station Subway, Sue Giovanni & Stephen Oxford, pp.17-23
Visit to Stationary Winding Engine Vaults at Camden, Nick Catford, p.24
London’s Lost Rivers, Tom Bolton, pp.25-31
Czech Mates – Sub Brit’s Prague Study Weekend 9-12 May 2014, Martin Dixon, pp.32-43
And there was light, p.43
A return to Alderney, Channel Islands, October 2012, Paul W Sowan, pp.44-47
Ancient Mysteries under Naples, Julian Allason, pp.48-50
Lundy Island, Devon, p.50
Basement Shelters, Chris Rayner, pp.51-53
The Lapal Canal Restoration Project, Dr Peter Best, pp.54-59
Royal Observer Corps Centre, Bury St Edmunds, John Shere – ROCA Heritage Team, pp.60-62
Southampton Docks fortified telephone exchange and Docks Control Bunker, Nick Catford, pp.63-66
The Atlantic Avenue subway tunnel, Brooklyn, New York, pp.67-68
Canada’s other secret nuclear bunker, Andrew King – Ottawa Citizen, pp.68-69
Sir Edward Watkin, Railway Entrepreneur Extraordinaire, Stewart Wild, pp.69-71
Some Historic Mine Sites in Co. Kerry, Republic of Ireland, p.71
SB Visit to Godstone Hill Quarry, 28 June 2014, Tim Wellburn, pp.72-76

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Weight 355 g
Dimensions 297 x 210 x 5 mm