Peak District Mines Historical Society
Promoting and preserving mining heritage
(Registered charity No. 504662)

Catalogue of the Box “South East England”

Variety of Item Serial No. Description
Plastic Folder Booklet – Underground Archaeology as Observed in the Merstham, Chaldon and Godstone Quarries, East Surrey – A Paper Relating to the Work Displayed and Presented at the Annual Symposia of the Surrey Archaeological Society’s Excavations Committee. By Bayley, C.E., Burgess, P.M., Catford, N., Sowan, P.W. et al. February 1987.
Plastic Folder Offprint – Edmonds, C.N., Green, C.P. and Higginbottom. 1990.Review of Underground Mines in English Chalk: Form, Origin, Distribution and Engineering Significance. Chalk: Proceedings of the International Chalk Symposium. (2 Copies).
Plastic Folder Offprint – Osborne, Bruce E. 1982. Early Plateways and Firestone Mining in Surrey. Proceedings of the Croyden Natural History and Scientific Society. Vol. 17 Part 3. pp74-88. (2 copies)
Plastic Folder D57 Photocopied Typescript – No known author – General Description, Merstham Hearthstone Mines
Plastic Folder D58 Photocopied Typescript – No known author – Hangmans Woods Deneholes
Plastic Folder Photocopy – Crack Shot (Chalk Caverns under Caversham, near Reading). New Civil Engineer 24 January 1991 p29.
Plastic Folder Flyer for the publication ‘Pinner Chalk Mines’ published by the Pinner Local History Society – dated 4 January 1993.