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James Brindley, engineer, 1716-1772

Cyril Thomas Goodman Boucher

James Brindley, engineer, 1716-1772

by Cyril Thomas Goodman Boucher

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Published by Goose in Norwich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brindley, James, 1716-1772.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Cyril T. G. Boucher.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA140.B735 B6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[14], 130 p.
    Number of Pages130
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4047001M
    LC Control Number79394401

    In his book Remarkable Engineers: From Riquet to Shannon, Ioan James gives brief accounts of the lives of 51 engineers.(Well, 50 engineers if you believe, as apparently many do, that Wilbur and Orville Wright were one person.) Each biography is between two and six pages long. Bode (James Brindley [Canal Engineer]. Shire Publications) has written a well-illustrated biography of James Brindley () and his work. Further information on canals can be found in Bailey (The Industrial Heritage of Britain. Ebury Press/Book Club Associates, ) and in the Shire books on canal architecture and canals in Britain by.

    This technique was used by civil engineers of the time e.g. James Brindley ( ) would set out the alignment of a canal leaving the construction to his associates (Rolt, ). This process also extended to his architectural works which included new houses (e.g. Claremont. This is a reprint of the copyright by James Leffel and Co. Book describes techniques in constructing dams for use in driving grinding mills and the second portion in the actual method of constructing the mills. James Brindley, Millwright and Canal Engineer, - Bode, Harold. Condition: New. The Millwright & Engineer's.

    3. Dr. Cyril T. G. Boucher () – James Brindley Engineer – 4. Peter Lead () - The Caldon Canal and Tramways. 5. Kathleen Evans () – James Brindley Canal Engineer A New Perspective. 6. Christine Richardson () – James Brindley Canal Pioneer. 7. - James Brindley: English engineer who is best known for his work on canal building. - Elizabeth Carter: English philosopher, considered to be one of the founders of modern political philosophy. - Robert Bakewell: English agriculturalist. Recognized as one of the most important people in the Agricultural Revolution.


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The Scientific Book Club. Smiles, S. engineer Brindley and the Early Engineers.’ Reprinted by Hanse. ISBN The Brindley Mill, a working water-driven mill restored as a tribute to him and containing the James Brindley Museum is located close to the centre of Leek in Staffordshire on the A between Macclesfield and Leek.

James Brindley, (bornTunstead, near Buxton, Derbyshire, Eng.—died Sept. 30,Turnhurst, Staffordshire), pioneer canal builder, who constructed the first English canal of major economic importance. Beginning as a millwright, Brindley designed and 1716-1772 book an engine for draining coalpits at Clifton, Lancashire, in In the Duke of Bridgewater hired him to build a mile ( Boucher, C T G, James Brindley Engineer, – Evans, Kathleen M, James Brindley, Canal Engineer – a New Perspective (Leek, ) Smiles, Samuel, Lives of the Engineers, vol.

James Brindley () was one of the early canal engineers who worked on some of the first canals of the modern era. He played an essential role in shaping the way canals were built during the Industrial Revolution.

Brindley was part of what the English Heritage Book of Canals calls the ‘pioneering’ phase of canal construction. He cut. James Brindley's notebooks have been transcribed and annotated by Victoria Owens who is an independent scholar and a member of the Newcomen Society. Brindley () began his working life as a James Brindley and spent some years exploring steam power before devoting himself to Reviews: 2.

THE present book is for the most part a reproduction, in a cheaper and more compact form, of the Life of James Brindley originally published in the 'Lives of the Engineers.' It is offered to the public as a companion volume to the 'Story of the Life of George Stephenson,'—the characters and achievements of the two men being in many respects alike, the one having accomplished for Canals in.

Engineer profiles are organized chronologically, inviting readers with an interest in engineering to follow the path by which these remarkable engineers utterly changed our lives. Reviews 'For anyone foolish enough to suggest that engineering is 'boring', this stands as a convincing repost.'. JAMES BRINDLEY ENGINEER Boucher, Cyril T.

Published by Goose and Son Limited, Norwich () Used. First Edition. Condition: Good. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP More information about this seller | Contact this.

James Brindley: An Illustrated Life of James Brindley, (Lifelines) (Lifelines Series) Paperback – 1 Mar. establish to restore the Leek Mill as a memorial to the great engineer. Inbicentenary of James Brindley's death, harold Bode had the satisfaction of seeing the corn-mill taken over by the Trust and restoration Author: Harold Bode.

James Brindley () the American canal engineer, was born in England, and his father Joseph was the brother of the celebrated English canal engineer, James Brindley (). He was the first of six children: James, Matthew, Elizabeth, Susannah, Sarah, and Mary.

James Brindley (–) sister projects: Wikipedia article, Commons category, Wikidata item. British engineer James Brindley. Works. History of Inland Navigation particularly that of the Duke of Bridgewater; Works about Brindley "Brindley, James," in Dictionary of National.

BRINDLEY, JAMES (–), one of the earliest English engineers, was the son of a cottier, or small farmer, of Derbyshire. Smiles, from whose biographical notice much of the following account is taken, describes Brindley the elder as an idle, dissolute fellow, who neglected his children, and passed his time at bull-baiting and such-like amusements when he ought to have been at work.

James Brindley, British civil engineer and canal builder, c s. UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE Engraving by Thomson of Brindley () who invented a water engine for draining a coalmine in Inafter seeing Brindley's design for a silk mill, Francis Egerton, the Duke of Bridgewater, employed him to build the canal between Worsley.

About this Item: Shire Publications Ltd, Great Britain, Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. Reprint. Paperback James Brindley: An Illustrated Life of James Brindley, lifelines14 (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences.

academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions,and all types of Academic Literature.). The Barton Aqueduct, opened on 17 Julycarried the Bridgewater Canal over the River Irwell at Barton-upon-Irwell, in the historic county of Lancashire, ed largely by James Brindley under the direction of John Gilbert, it was the first navigable aqueduct to be built in England, "one of the seven wonders of the canal age" according to industrial archaeologist Mike Nevell.

James Brindley (), English engineer John Brindley (), American jurist and legislator Lewis Brindley (born ), British YouTube gamer from The Yogscast.

Attests to Brindley's Honesty and Ingenuity. -- -- NO RESERVE -- -- James Brindley () the American canal engineer, was born in England, and his father Joseph was the brother of the celebrated English canal engineer, James Brindley ().

He was the first of six children: James, Matthew, Elizabeth, Susannah, Sarah, and Mary. William "Bill" Brindley (b. ), American soccer player; Aud Brindley (), American basketball player; A. Brindley, American Democrat politician, Alternate Delegate to Democratic National Convention from Alabama, ; James Brindley (), English engineer and canal builder, son of a cottier, or small farmer, of Derbyshire; David Charles Brindley AKC (b.

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The Stroudwater Canal. by HANDFORD, Michael: Seller Rochdale Book Company Item Price James Brindley Engineer by BOUCHER, Cyril T. G: Seller Rochdale Book Company Item Price.- British canal builder.

He was the first to employ tunnels and aqueducts extensively, in order to reduce the number of locks on a direct-route canal. His km / miles of canals included the Bridgewater (Manchester-Liverpool) and Grand Union (Manchester-Potteries) canals.

Brindley was born near Buxton, Derbyshire.