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The Essex Industrial Arcaheology Group

The Essex Industrial Archaeology Group (EIAG) was launched in July 2013 as a sub-group of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History (ESAH) and was established to provide a way forward for industrial archaeology in Essex.

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The Essex Industrial Archaeology Group (EIAG) was launched in July 2013 as a sub-group of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History (ESAH) and was established to provide a way forward for industrial archaeology in Essex. We have published a number of reports on mills and railways in Essex that are freely available to consult here.

Our new Essex Industrial Heritage Group produces electronic newsletters for the members. We have made the first issues available online. If you wish to receive the latest issues directly in your inbox, please join the Essex Society for Archaeology & History here: JOIN and specify that you wish to be a member of the EIAG

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The Essex Industrial Archaeology Group (EIAG) was launched in July 2013 as a sub-group of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History (ESAH) and was established to provide a way forward for industrial archaeology in Essex.

Aims of EIAG

  1. Research and record industries in Essex and their sites, in order to assist research by others and to help the general public to understand and appreciate Essex's industrial past.

Water and Steam Mills in Essex, An archaeological, architectural and historical appraisal of medieval, post-medieval and industrial age windmills no 19.

By Laura Belton and David Morgans.

A comparative survey of modern and industrial sites and monuments, published in March 2012. 254 pages in PDF format with illustrations, pictures, maps and graphs.

Published by Essex County Council, the report was funded by Essex Heritage Trust and the Essex Mills Team. Contributors were Richard Havis and Maria Medleycott, Terry Ward, Ali Hood, Graham Duke, and Gerrard Corr. Jennifer Saunders helped compile the maps and expert advice was sought from Helen Saunders and Alan Garwood.

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