Date: Mon. 2 Mar, 2020 6:30 pm

Cost: £5 (Students free). Non-members welcome. 

The Firth of Forth is dominated by a growing collection of celebrated bridges. But along the shoreline are less well-known remnants of an industrial past that were of enormous importance. The lecture will explore railways, limekilns, distilleries and power stations: some gone, some surviving, but all now out of use. Tom Parnell is an architectural historian, and is currently a Senior Casework Officer for Historic Environment Scotland, as well as being a member of the IFF Steering Group.

Bookings on Eventbrite – tickets will also be available on the night.

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