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 ID   Accn_Num   Statement of Responsibility   Title   Year   Shelf-Subject   Shelf-Name 
3476423605Andrew Charles Carter JohnsonAn evaluation of the origins and development of Manx thatching techniques. Volume 2: Appendices 1-52003B/04.72Johnso
3476523606Andrew Charles Carter JohnsonAn evaluation of the origins and development of Manx thatching techniques. Volume 3: Appendix 6. Folk life survey extracts2003B/04.72Johnso
3476623607James le MayDampness in historic buildings2012B/09Le May
3476723608Andrew Kerry-BedellWhat opportunities do Quick Response (QR) codes offer to heritage orgsnisations and how can their use help improve public appreciation of UK heritage \\ 2012M/09Kerry-
3476823609Mark MontagueAre historic illustrations featuring carpenters at work 'primitive and downright wrong' or 'a reliable source of contemporary carpentry techniques'? T\\ 2005B/05.1Montag
3476923610Mark J SadlerTimber lych-gates of West Sussex: a guide to their significance and survival2012B/26Sadler
3477023611Sofoklia SapounaPreservation of Fanari Castle in Thessaly, Greece1998B/27Sapoun
3477123612D R ShawA review of parameters used in the structural design of timber frames with a view to reducing the intervention necessary to meet the requirements of b\\ 2010B/05.2Shaw,
3477223613N ShelbourneConservation and the timber trussed church roofs of central Bristol2012B/26Shelbo
347735315compiled by John AllwoodInformation signs for the countryside : a guide to their production1981M/09Allwoo
3477423614C G Smith'Is the use of adhesives in bonded repair joints an acceptable method of conservation of timber elements of timber framed buildings in external situat\\ 2011B/05.2Smith,
3477523615Oliver SpringettThe conservation of airport terminal buildings in England constructed prior to 1939. An investigative and comparative study using fieldwork2011B/28Spring
3477623616Florence SalberterHow international charters have influenced the approach and been applied to the preseervation of archaeological remains set in an urban setting in Sta\\ 2003B/01.6Salber
3477723617A J TaylorThe development of softwood framing in the nineteenth century2005B/05.2Taylor
3477823618David WilkinsIn the South West of Britain there would appear to be insufficient safeguards to prevent the loss of historic timber in traditional farm buildings, du\\ 2007B/23.9Wilkin
3477923619David WitcombeDoes the loss of architectural features resulting from the conversion of 19th-centrury public houses merit a planning policy for protection? A compara\\ 2012B/25.1Witcom
3478023620S J VaryAssessment of timber members in historic buildings - is an update to the engineer's tool kit required in 2010?2010B/05.2Vary,
3478123621Stephen C WaiteBuilding conservation in transitioning Cuba2012B/09Waite,
34782Ref - 1916W D PeckhamThe lost parishes of Cudlow and Islesham / Sussex Notes & Queries, 6 : 41936E/66
3478317163Owen BedwinThe excavation of a late sixteenth/early seventeenth century gun-casting furnace at Maynard's Gate Crowborough, East Sussex, 1975-76 / Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1161978E/30Bedwin
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