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Our Editor is always on the look-out for articles and topics about the lost industrial heritage in Northamptonshire. Regular topics are reports on the Winter lectures and the summer walks and visits, which cover a wide range of topics and places.
Copy date for issue 163: 31st May
Guidelines for articles
Articles should be no longer than about 1200 words. If the subject matter is considered to be of special interest and, in the author's opinion, warrants a longer article, the author is advised to discuss the matter with the editor prior to submission.
Photographs and/or drawings are always welcome to accompany the article and should be supported with appropriate captions. If not the author's own work, the source of any graphic material should be fully referenced and acknowledged.
Submission may be either by post or by email:
- When sending material through the post, it should be sent first class, especially if it contains photographs, slides or other graphic material. Photographs and slides will be returned after use.
- Articles sent electronically should be sent in one of the standard formats:
- Word™ (.doc),
- Rich text format (.rtf) or
- Plain text (.txt).
- Images and other graphical data should be sent as separate individual attachments. Images should be larger that 2.2 Mpx (megapixels) in either JPEG (.jpg) or TIFF (.tif) format. Vector data should be in one of the recognised formats:
- Adobe Illustrator™ (.ai),
- windows metafile (.wmf), or
- Visio™ (.vsd).
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Issue 162, April 2022
- News, reviews, information
- John Eunson and Northampton gas works
- BOAC - VC10 and threepenny bits
- Members' evening:
- Ye olde teche
- Old photos of Northants Mills
- A journey round the Cheshire Ring
- Northampton Gas Works album
- Another forgotten Northants station
- Sewer gas destructor lamps
- Aspects of retailing… :
- Meet and greet: end of a village institution
- The lot of an Irthlingborough baker's boy
- Arcade and other weather-protected retail arrangements
- The Bristol pound is no more…