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Sir Neil Cossons OBE FSA Lecture – Remains of a Revolution

In the eighteenth century, Britain was widely recognised as the first industrial nation.  In the nineteenth as ‘workshop of the world’.  What we now call the Industrial Revolution defined this momentous episode in the nation’s history and the dramatic changes in society and the landscape that ensued, not only in Britain herself but across the globe.  And, of the great industrial endeavours that distinguished this revolution the Royal Dockyards were the world’s largest ...