The Basic Industries of Great Britain by Aberconway
The Basic Industries of Great Britain. Coal: Iron: Steel: Engineering: Ships. An Historic and Economic Survey by The Right Honorable Lord Aberconway P.C., K.C. (Charles Benjamin Bright McLaren) published in 1927 by Ernest Benn Ltd, Bouverie House, Fleet Street, London.
- Chapter I. The Yorkshire Coalfields Part I and II
- Chapter II. Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Coal and Iron
- Chapter III. Sheffield Steel Part I
- Chapter III. Sheffield Steel Part II
- Chapter IV. Rotherham and Lincolnshire steel
- Chapter V. The Machinery of the Eastern Counties
- Chapter VI. Leeds: Iron, Steel and Engineering
- Chapter VII. The Lancashire Coalfield
- Chapter VIII. Cumberland Coal, Iron and steel
- Chapter IX, Part 1. Lancashire Engineering.
- Chapter IX, Part 2. Lancashire Textile Machinery.
- Chapter IX, Part 3. Lancashire Heavy Machinery.
- Chapter X. Northumberland and Durham Coal and Engineering
- Chapter XI. Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering on the North-east Coast
- Chapter XII. The Heavy Iron and Steel Trades of Durham
- Chapter XIII. Cleveland Iron and Steel
- Chapter XIV. The Scottish Coalfield
- Chapter XV. Scottish Iron and Steel
- Chapter XVI. Shipbuilding and Engineering on the Clyde
- Chapter XVII. The South Wales and Monmouthshire Coalfields
- Chapter XVIII. South Wales Iron and Steel
- Chapter IXX. The Tinplate and Non-ferrous metallurgical Industries of South Wales Parts I and II
- Chapter XX. Staffordshire Coal and Iron
- Chapter XXI. Birmingham and the West Midlands
- Chapter XXII. Heavy Electrical Engineering
- Chapter XXIII. The River Thames and the Railway Engineering Shops
- Chapter XXIV. The Petrol Motor
- Chapter XXV. A Summary of the Situation and some Economic Conclusions
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