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34465Ref - 12013Patricia M RyanThe barns of Ingatestone - 1556 to 1601 / Historic buildings in Essex Issue 31986B/23.2
34466Ref - 12013Susan J BrownAn unusual feature? / Historic buildings in Essex Issue 31986B/05.2
34467Ref - 12013Anne PadfieldSome 17th century house improvements / Historic buildings in Essex Issue 31986B/22
34468Ref - 12013Douglas ScottBrentwood marking / Historic buildings in Essex Issue 31986B/05.2
3446914624Joan HardingTimber-framed early buildings in Surrey : a pattern for development, c1300-1650 / Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 371993B/05.2Hardin
3447023455Heather JonesGraffiti2001B/07.4Jones,
3447123456Kathrin SchuetteIs there a conflict between practical solutions and ethical attitudes in the repair of the chapter house staircase at Wells Cathedral2001B/10Schuet
3447215020Joan M HardingTimber-framed early buildings in Surrey : a pattern for development, c.1300-1650 / Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 371993B/20Surrey
3447323457Guy VineyA comparison of the processes and methods employed to remove the historic buildings which stood on the site now occupied by the UK terminal of the Cha\\ 2000B/10Viney,
3447423458L K GillowPreserving stone floor slabs using mortar fillets. Volume 11999B/10.4Gillow
3447523459L K GillowPreserving stone floor slabs using mortar fillets. Volume 21999B/10.4Gillow
3447623460L K GillowPreserving stone floor slabs using mortar fillets. Volume 3 : documentation of practical work at Tewkesbury Abbey church1999B/10.4Gillow
3447723461E M OzminAn investigation to establish the history of the pavement of the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Salisbury1999B/26Ozmin,
3448123462Peter BoughtonSlate : what made it the foremost roofing material in the 18th and 19th centuries? Why has its use declined in the 20th century? What products replace\\ 1998B/04.74Bought
3448223463Colin A C MuirThe containment of Scottish carved stones in-situ: a study into the efficacy of this approach1998E/62.3Muir,
3448323464Sonja HeuerHistorical foundations and rising damp including two examples of moated sites in England and Germany1997B/06.9Heuer,
3448423465Richard GreeningThe structure and conservation of historic timber church spires in the Surrey and Sussex Weald2003B/26Greeni
3448523466P L GrinhamAn investigation into the hypothesis that Georgian terrace buildings have inherent structural defects2003B/09Grinha
3448623467Philip WilkinsonBuilding1995B/01Wilkin
344874300Westfalische Industrie-museumDas Westfalische Industrie-museum1984M/08German
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