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Roman funerary vessels feature at the newly opened Birdoswald Fort visitor centre on Hadrian’s Wall. They originate from the cemetery associated with the fort, situated at the top edge of the cliff overlooking the River Irthing. Rapid...
Friday 01 February 2019
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Friday 18 January 2019
The Ruin of Britain? Late Antiquity in the Uplands of Northern England
Monday 21st January
7:30pm at the Community Centre in Ingleton
Non-members are welcome; there will be a small admission charge, which includes light...
Monday 14 January 2019
Fantastic day at Armley Mills on Saturday - an audience of 70 heard talks on Leeds industrial history: the Middleton Railway, the steam engine builders J & H McLaren, early engineering in Leeds, and the little-known but very important tanning industry. Also a lunchtime demonstration of YIHO. Thanks to Robert, Jane, Bill, and the staff of Leeds Industrial Museum.
We are hoping this is just the first of a collaboration between YAHS and the museum. There is certainly a big public appetite for industrial history.
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