The Bewl Valley Ironworks Kent
The Royal Archaeological Institute.
8vo. 7.5 x 9.75 inches. viii + [ii] + 97 +  pp. In card wrapper. A fine copy. Illustrated by 45 text figures, including maps and 2 folding plans and by 16 black and white photographic plates at end. Detailed excavation report of the Bewl Valley Ironworks, Chingley Forge and Furnace, in the lands of the Chingley and Scotney estates, in the far west of the Weald of Kent, adjoining the Sussex border. David Crossley (1934-2017), industrial archaeologist and Honorary Reader at the University of Sheffield was joint author of the definitive study, The Iron Industry of the Weald (1985).
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