This is an archive comprising a wide variety of historical and biographical civil engineering papers, articles and other items written by Professor Roland Paxton over several decades. To view simply click “View” after the title.

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The abbreviations HEWs = Historical Engineering Works and PHEW = Panel for Historical Engineering Works are used throughout.

    1. [Hunter A; Arrol; Titan Crane]
      Adam Hunter (1869-1933) ‘Engineer Extraordinaire’ (Clydebank Titan Crane). Public Lecture at Clydebank Town Hall 19 August 2013. View
    2. [Hunter A; biography]
      Adam Hunter. Engineering Timelines 2012. View
    3. [Ferguson J; Astronomer]
      James Ferguson: Lecture to the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society 22 April 2010. View
    4. [UK HEWs; ASCE visit; Titan Crane]
      Historic Civil Engineering in the U.K.: EWRI Friends Visit London, York, Edinburgh, Arbroath, and Glasgow for Titan Crane Landmark Ceremony. August 2013. View
    5. [Scottish HEWs]
      Historical Engineering Works Evolution in the Scottish Built Environment. October 2009. View
    6. [conservation; Scottish HEWs]
      Conserving Scotland’s Civil Engineering Transport Heritage – A Personal Perspective 8 April 2014. View
    7. [UK HEWs]
      Transport Infrastructure Landmarks in Britain 1760-1890. View
    8. [bridges]
      Building Bridges Basics – a presentation at Burntisland Primary School 16 Jan 2014. View
    9. [Bell Rock Lighthouse; Rennie J; Stevenson R]
      Creation of the Bell Rock Lighthouse 1807-11 – Achieving the seemingly impossible! Lecture to the British Science Association in Edinburgh 4 Nov 2013. View
    10. [Bell Rock Lighthouse; Rennie J; Stevenson R]
      Grand Design: Creation of the Bell Rock Lighthouse 1807-11. Heriot-Watt University, undated. View
    11. [Bell Rock Lighthouse; railway]
      Achieving the Seemingly Impossible – Bell Rock Railway 1810. View
    12. [Union Chain Bridge]
      Union Chain Bridge 1820 – its origin, significance and future. A talk to The Berwickshire Naturalists’ Club at Hutton Parish Hall on 20 May 2015. View
    13. [Rennie J; Scottish HEWs]
      John Rennie’s Improvement of Scotland’s Infrastructure 1779-1821. View
    14. [Rennie J]
      John Rennie in Scotland 1779-1821 Society of Antiquaries of Scotland after dinner presentation on 30 November 2012. View
    15. [Scottish HEWs]
      Scotland’s Historical Engineering Landmarks Lecture at IDA [Danish Society of Engineers] Kalvebod Brygge Copenhagen 22 Oct 2013. View
    16. [Copenhagen]
      Professor Paxton gives invited lecture (in Copenhagen) entitled Scotland’s Historical Engineering Landmarks. Heriot-Watt University Newsletter 4 November 2013. View
    17. [Scottish HEWs]
      Danish Tour of Scottish Historical Engineering Works 2012. View
    18. [Telford T; roads]
      Thomas Telford ‘Colossus of Roads’ 1757–1834. View
    19. [Craigellachie Bridge; Telford T]
      Telford and Craigellachie Bridge 200, ‘Something like a spider’s web’. Lecture at Craigellachie Village Hall on 1 November 2014. View
    20. [Telford T]
      Telford’s Iron Bridge Mastery Telford. Paper presented at Proceedings of the Collective Papers from a Commemorative Conference of The Royal Society of Edinburgh – The 250th Anniversary of the birth of Thomas Telford. View
    21. [Union Chain Bridge]
      Union Chain Bridge’s Historical Engineering Significance. View
    22. [Ballochmyle Viaduct]
      Historic Landmark Recognition for Ballochmyle Viaduct. View
    23. [Edinburgh water supply; wooden pipes]
      Discussion on the History of Edinburgh Wooden Water Pipes at Edinburgh College of Art in January 2019. View
    24. [Rennie J; Bell Rock Lighthouse]
      John Rennie and the Bell Rock Lighthouse. View
    25. [conservation; Union Chain Bridge]
      Supporting the conservation of Union Chain … including use of a new radar imaging spectrometer to locate its Scottish anchorages. View
    26. [Wick Breakwater]
      The Sea versus Wick Breakwater 1863-77: an instructive disaster. Presented at the 9th International Coasts Marine Structures and Breakwaters Conference 16-18 September 2009. View
    27. [Bell Rock Lighthouse]
      Creation of the Bell Rock Lighthouse 1807-11. History of the Built Environment Lecture 29 October 2010. View
    28. [conservation; Linlathen Bridge]
      Refurbishment of Linlathen Bridge, Dundee, Scotland’s oldest surviving iron bridge. To Dundee Civic Trust 2006, updated on completion for an ICE Scotland lecture in 2013. View
    29. [Bell Rock Lighthouse; railway]
      The Bell Rock Lighthouse Railway 1808 and its Significance. Presented to the Fifth International Early Railways Conference at Caernarfon on 9th June 2012. View
    30. [Russell JS; bridge decks]
      John Scott Russell’s anti-vibration proposal for suspension bridge decks. Presentation at the Construction History Society’s John Scott Russell bicentenary lecture at the Institution of Civil Engineers, Westminster, on 21.5.08. View
    31. [ASCE visit; Union Chain Bridge; PHEW]
      Historic-Berwick-upon-Tweed-Bridges [With minor additions to January 2023]. A paper dedicated to Members of the American Society of Civil Engineers History and Heritage Committee on 27 October 2018, to enhance their bridges tour organised by The Friends of the Union Chain Bridge and the Institution of Civil Engineers as a bicentennial tribute to its foresight in 1968 in forming a Monuments Committee, that soon developed into the Panel for Historical Engineering Works (PHEW). View
    32. [Tordarroch Bridge]
      Tordarroch Bridge, Farr, Strath Nairn – its origin? IIE H-WU July 2022. Also published in Strathnairn News magazine August 2022. See also below. View
    33. [Tordarroch Bridge]
      Tordarroch Bridge, Farr, Strath Nairn – Its origin. Strathnairn News Magazine 121 Aug. 2022, 20-23. See also above. View
    34. [Clark Maxwell; reciprocal figures]
      Clerk Maxwell’s Reciprocal Figures for determining forces in framed structures. EGIS H-WU 2015. Also published in poster format by the James Clerk Maxwell Foundation and framed in its library. View
    35. [Cay WD]
      Cay, William Dyce {1838-1925), Civil Engineer James Clerk Maxwell’s Mathematical Cousin. EGIS H-WU 2015. Also published in the James Clerk Maxwell Foundation Newsletter No.5 Spring 2015. View
    36. [conservation; Laigh Milton Viaduct; railway]
      Conservation of the 1811 Railway Viaduct at Laigh Milton, Scotland’. Tokyo 1996. Japan Soc. of Civ. Engrs. Historical Studies in Civil Engineering, 16, 1996 [ISSN 0915-7293]. View
    37. [conservation; Laigh Milton Viaduct; railway]
      Conservation of Laigh Milton Viaduct, Ayrshire’. Proc. Instn Civ.Engrs, Civ. Engng, 1998, 126, May, 73-87. View
    38. [conservation; Laigh Milton Viaduct; railway; Japanese]
      Conservation of Historical Engineering Works (in Japanese), 2010. View
    39. [Loch-nan-Uamh Viaduct; horse and cart]
      Confirming a West Highland Viaduct Legend. SBE Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. 24 July 2008. 4. Relates to the author’s search for horse and cart remains entombed in a West Highland Railway extension viaduct during construction c.1899. Includes images inside Glenfinnan Viaduct and of Loch-nan-Uamh Viaduct where the remains were discovered using radar. View
    40. [Kilmarnock and Troon Railway]
      An Engineering Assessment of the Kilmarnock and Troon Railway [1807-45]. First International Railways Conference, Durham University, 2001. View
    41. [conservation; Laigh Milton Viaduct; ASCE visit; railway]
      Conservation of Laigh Milton Viaduct, Ayrshire. Min. Proc. ICE. 1997. View
    42. [conservation; Laigh Milton Viaduct]
      Conservation of Historical Engineering Works” JSCE, Tokyo 2010, 216-22 Laigh Milton Viaduct, translated into Japanese by Dr Hiroshi Isohata. View
    43. [Bell Rock Lighthouse; Rennie J]
      John Rennie and the Bell Rock Lighthouse. Northern Lighthouse Board Journal, Winter 2021, 25-28. View
    44. [conservation; Union Chain Bridge]
      [with Dr Hiroshi Isohata] ‘The proposed refurbishment of Union Chain Bridge, UK.’ Bridge & Foundation Magazine, Japan, Sept. 2018. Enlarged from its first publication in Jan. 2015. View
    45. [Dalhousie Viaduct]
      An appraisal of Dalhousie iron viaduct (1830-46) on the Edinburgh & Dalkeith Railway extension, Heriot-Watt University, 1998. View
    46. [Edinburgh water supply; Castlehill Reservoir]
      Castlehill Reservoir Edinburgh – An Historical Review , Heriot-Watt University, October 2023. View
    47. [Grainger T; archive]
      Archive of drawings and plans of Scottish civil engineer Thomas Grainger for making railways in Yorkshire 1846-50, March 2023. View. The entire archive has been deposited with Historic Environment Scotland where it is able to be inspected.
    48. [Dalkeith; roads; bridges ]
      Road and bridge making on main routes in and around Dalkeith 1750-1850, Heriot-Watt University, 1998. View
    49. [Dalkeith; roads; bridges ]
      “History society told of old roads”. Newspaper article regarding a meeting of the Dalkeith History Society where Professor Paxton presented his paper on the main roads in and around Dalkeith between 1750 and 1850. View
    50. [Craigellachie Bridge]
      “Something like a Spider’s Web” – Craigellachie Bridge 200 and its significance [Article for Knock News, Banffshire], Heriot-Watt University, 27 October 2014. View
    51. [Watanabe K; Forth Bridge]
      Kaichi Watanabe (March 22 1858 – December 4 1932) – a biography (translated from Japanese). View
    52. [Ritson J; Skerryvore Rocks]
      James Ritson, Surveyor of Skerryvore Rocks, remembered. Heriot-Watt University, 2017. View
    53. [Telford; Menai Bridge]
      Menai Bridge (1818-1826) and its influence on Suspension Bridge Development. The Newcomen Society Transactions Vol49 pp-87-110, 1977-78. View
    54. [Dalhousie Viaduct; Edinburgh & Dalkeith Railway; Miller J]
      An Appraisal of Dalhousie Viaduct (1830-1846) Scotland’s earliest known major iron and timber viaduct. Heriot-Watt University, 1998. View
    55. [Glenesk Bridge; Edinburgh & Dalkeith Railway; Jardine J]
      Edinburgh & Dalkeith Railway: Glenesk Bridge, Dalkeith. The case for an 1829-31 date of origin, Heriot-Watt University, 1993. View
    56. [Traffic Engineering]
      Traffic Engineering and Control before the motor vehicle. Traffic Engineering and Control, August 1969 pp193-196. View
    57. [Smeaton J; Eddystone Lighthouse; Forth & Clyde Canal]
      John Smeaton F.R.S. (1724-1792) Programme of Bicentenary Events, 1992. View
    58. [Telford T; Dean Bridge]
      Dean Bridge, Edinburgh – Telford Plaque Replacement. Lothian Regional Council, 24 November 1982. View
    59. [Panel for Historic Engineering Works]
      The Institution of Civil Engineers’ Panel for Historic Engineering Works. Dansk Vejhistorisk Selskab Nr 5 Autumn 2002. View
    60. [River Tweed; bridges]
      Eight hundred years of bridging the Tweed; in a journey from source to sea. A paper read to a joint meeting ot the West Linton Historical Association and the Edinburgh and East of Scotland Association of the Institution of Civil Engineers at West Linton, Peeblesshire on Tuesday, 16 January 1996. View
    61. [Grainger T; exhibition]
      Thomas Grainger, C.E, F.R.S.E. 1794-1852. Exhibition, Edinburgh, 1982. View
    62. [Telford T; letters]
      Three Letters from Thos. Telford. Rathalpin Press, 1968. View
    63. [Municipal Engineering; exhibition]
      Exhibition of Municipal Engineering in Edinburgh Past and Present. Edinburgh, June 1973. View
    64. [Bell Rock Lighthouse; railway]
      Early Railways 5 (Gwyn D. Ed). Papers from the Fifth International Early Railways Conference. Six Martins Publishing, 2014 pp312-29. View
    65. [River Forth; tunnel; ferry]
      Forth Crossing Challenges at Queensferry before the Rail Bridge. Topping BHV (Ed). Developments in Structural Engineering – Proceedings of the Forth Rail Bridge Centenary Conference Vol 1 pp 36-63, E & FN Spon, 1990. View
    66. [Loch Katrine; water supply; Glasgow]
      Rogers JR (Ed). Loch Katrine Water Supply to Glasgow, Scotland. 1855-1903. Great Rivers History – Proceedings of the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress pp126-31. ASCE, 2009. View
    67. [concrete; roads; Edinburgh]
      Early Concrete Roads in Edinburgh. Concrete Vol 11 No 9. The Concrete Society, September 1979. View
    68. [concrete; roads; Edinburgh]
      Early Uses of Concrete Roads in Edinburgh / Catalogue of the Edinburgh exhibit at the Centennial Exhibition of the Institution of Municipal Engineers Brighton 20-22 June 1972. View
    69. [Laigh Milton Viaduct; conservation]
      Laigh Milton Viaduct Refurbishment. The Scottish Civic Trust Newsletter No 14. The Scottish Civic Trust Autumn 1997. View
    70. [Transit Instrument; Talla Reservoir]
      Brian Dumbleton of NCE (New Civil Engineer) an account of his investigation with Professor Roland Paxton and Chris Atkinson into the use of a transit instrument now in the ICE Scotland Museum for setting out the Talla Aqueduct. NCE, 7 April 1988. View
    71. [Cay WD; biography]
      William Dyce Cay (1838-1925), Civil Engineer / James Clerk Maxwell’s Mathematical Cousin. Newsletter of the James Clerk Maxwell Foundation, Issue No 5 Spring 2015. View
    72. [Thames Tunnel; Brunel M; listed structure]
      Marc Brunel’s Thames Tunnel was Grade II listed following this approach through New Civil Engineer. NCE 16 March 1995. View
    73. [Union Chain Bridge; Japanese]
      Union Chain Bridge under Crisis of the Survival. Unknown Japanese publication. View
    74. [Kilmarnock and Troon Railway; plate rails]
      An Engineering Assessment of the Kilmarnock & Troon Railway 1807-46. Guy A. & Rees J. (Eds) Early Railways / A selection of papers from the First international Early Railways Conference. The Newcomen Society, 2001. View
    75. [Civil Engineering; America]
      A British perspective on American civil engineering achievement before 1840. American Engineering History / The Pioneering Years / Proceedings of the Fourth National Congress on Civil Engineering History and Heritage November 2-6, 2002. Washington DC, ASCE, 2002. View
    76. [Ayr; Glasgow; railway; Miller J; Ballochmyle Viaduct]
      Ayr Station Miller Plaquing – April 2012. Notes by Roland Paxton. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works, 2012. View
    77. [Smeaton J; Scotland]
      Smeaton Lecture 1992 on the History of Civil Engineering / Smeaton in Scotland. Presented at the Institution of Civil Engineers, London, 14 July 1992. View
    78. [Smeaton J; commemoration; exhibition]
      (Flyer) John Smeaton FRS / Civil Engineer / 1724-1792 / An exhibition to commemorate John Smeaton’s Life and Works. Institution of Civil Engineers, 1992. View
    79. [Alderley Edge Mines; survey]
      Alderley Edge Mines. A survey by Professor Paxton in 1951 of the Cheshire mines in terms of geology and historical mining activities. Cave Science Vol 3 No 18 October 1951. British Speleological Association, 1951. View
    80. [Suspension Bridges; Telford T; Brown S]
      The Early Development of the Long Span Suspension Bridge in Britain, 1810-1840. Proceedings of an International Conference on Historic Bridges to Celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Wheeling Suspension Bridge, October 21-23, 1999, Wheeling, VA, USA. View
    81. [Sydney Ross; obituary]
      Professor Sydney Ross / An Obituary. The Scotsman, 21 February 2014. View
    82. [Telford T; bridges; cast-iron]
      Thomas Telford’s cast-iron bridges. Proceedings of ICE / Civil Engineering 160 / May 2007 pp12-19 / Paper 10538. View
    83. [Forth Bridge; significance]
      The Evolution of the Forth Bridge and Its Engineering Significance. American Engineering History / The Pioneering Years /Proceedings of the Third National Congress on Civil Engineering History and Heritage October 10-13, 2001. Houston, Texas, ASCE, 2001. View
    84. [viaduct; definition]
      Too PHEW Arches. Letter to NCE regarding the definition of viaduct. New Civil Engineer. June 2005. View
    85. [ICE; PHEW]
      The Institution of Civil Engineers’ Panel for Historical Engineering Works. Proceedings of the Third National Congress on Civil Engineering History and Heritage October 10-13, 2001. Houston, Texas, ASCE, 2001. View
    86. [North Ronaldsay Lighthouse]
      More than a landmark. Letter to The Scotsman regarding the status of North Ronaldsay Lighthouse. The Scotsman, 27 July 2006. View
    87. [Wick Breakwater; Stevenson T]
      The Sea versus Wick Breakwater 1863-77 – an instructive disaster. ICE Coasts. Marine Structures & Breakwaters Conference, Edinburgh, 16-18 September 2009. View
    88. [Luggie Aqueduct; Forth & Clyde Canal]
      Luggie Aqueduct, Kirkintilloch on the Forth and Clyde Canal / An historical engineering assessment. Heriot-Watt University, 1992. View
    89. [Kemp E; tribute; obituary]
      Dr Emory L Kemp / A personal tribute by Dr Roland Paxton. Newcomen Links No 254 June 2020, The Newcomen Society 2020. View
    90. [Kemp E; tribute; obituary]
      Dr Emory L Kemp / A personal tribute by Professor Roland Paxton. Heriot-Watt University 24 February 2020. View
    91. [Abercrombie C; biography]
      Charles Abercrombie Biography. Biographical Dictionary of Civil Engineers in Great Britain and Ireland – Volume 1: 1500-1830 edited by Skempton AW et al, and published in 2002 by Thomas Telford Ltd for the Institution of Civil Engineers. pp 1-2. View
    92. [Easton J; biography]
      John Easton Biography. Biographical Dictionary of Civil Engineers in Great Britain and Ireland – Volume 1: 1500-1830 edited by Skempton AW et al, and published in 2002 by Thomas Telford Ltd for the Institution of Civil Engineers. p 205. View
    93. [Jardine J; biography]
      James Jardine Biography. Biographical Dictionary of Civil Engineers in Great Britain and Ireland – Volume 1: 1500-1830 edited by Skempton AW et al, and published in 2002 by Thomas Telford Ltd for the Institution of Civil Engineers. pp 358-360. View
    94. [Landale C; biography]
      Charles Landale Biography. Biographical Dictionary of Civil Engineers in Great Britain and Ireland – Volume 1: 1500-1830 edited by Skempton AW et al, and published in 2002 by Thomas Telford Ltd for the Institution of Civil Engineers. pp 393-394. View
    95. [Smith T; biography]
      Thomas Smith Biography. Biographical Dictionary of Civil Engineers in Great Britain and Ireland – Volume 1: 1500-1830 edited by Skempton AW et al, and published in 2002 by Thomas Telford Ltd for the Institution of Civil Engineers. pp 637-639. View
    96. [Stevenson R; biography]
      Robert Stevenson Biography. Biographical Dictionary of Civil Engineers in Great Britain and Ireland – Volume 1: 1500-1830 edited by Skempton AW et al, and published in 2002 by Thomas Telford Ltd for the Institution of Civil Engineers. pp 661-667. View
    97. [Telford T; biography]
      Thomas Telford Biography. Biographical Dictionary of Civil Engineers in Great Britain and Ireland – Volume 1: 1500-1830 edited by Skempton AW et al, and published in 2002 by Thomas Telford Ltd for the Institution of Civil Engineers. pp 682-697. View
    98. [bridges; Scotland; evolution]
      The evolution of bridge building in Scotland to 1900 (part 1). Civil Engineering Technician Vol 8 No 3 June 1983. View
    99. [bridges; Scotland; evolution]
      The evolution of bridge building in Scotland to 1900 (part 2). Civil Engineering Technology Vol 8 No 4 August 1983. View
    100. [Union Chain Bridge; conservation]
      The case for preserving Union Chain Bridge near Berwick-on-Tweed erected 1820. Presented by the author at Paxton House at the first meeting of the ‘Friends’ of the bridge on 25 June 2014. View
    101. [Jardine J; biography]
      Jardine, James (1776-1858), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004. View
    102. [Nimmo A; biography]
      Nimmo, Alexander (1783-1832), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004. View
    103. [Smith T; biography]
      Smith, Thomas (bap. 1752, d. 1815), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004. View
    104. [Stevenson R; biography]
      Stevenson, Robert (1772-1850), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004. View
    105. [Stevenson A; biography]
      Stevenson, Alan (1807-1865), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004. View
    106. [Stevenson D; biography]
      Stevenson, David (1815-1886), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004. View
    107. [Stevenson T; biography]
      Stevenson, Thomas (1818-1887), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004. View
    108. [Stevenson DA; biography]
      Stevenson, David Alan (1854-1938), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004. View
    109. [Telford T; biography]
      Telford, Thomas (1757-1834), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004. View
    110. [bridges; Peeblesshire]
      The historic bridges of Peeblesshire. Newspaper article in the Peeblesshire News 29 November 1991 referring to a presentation made by Professor Paxton to the Peebles Civic Society on Wednesday 20 November. Following this presentation some three years later in 1994 the Peebles Civic Society published a guide to the heritage trail “The Bridges of Peebles” a copy of which is retained by the museum. View
    111. [Pontcysyllte Aqueduct; Telford T]
      Aqueduc Pontcysyllte. L’art de l’ingénieur : Constructeur, entrepreneur, inventeur. Centre Pompidou, Paris, 1997, p370. [With original English text.] View
    112. [Forth Bridge]
      Forth (pont sur le). L’art de l’ingénieur : Constructeur, entrepreneur, inventeur. Centre Pompidou, Paris, 1997, pp190-192. [With original English text.] View
    113. [Menai Bridge; Telford T]
      Menai (pont sur le détroit de). L’art de l’ingénieur : Constructeur, entrepreneur, inventeur. Centre Pompidou, Paris, 1997, pp291-293. [With original English text.] View
    114. [Telford T; biography]
      Telford (Thomas). L’art de l’ingénieur : Constructeur, entrepreneur, inventeur. Centre Pompidou, Paris, 1997, p501. View (Note: The original English text cannot now be found, however an alternative biography of Telford can be viewed here.)
    115. [Union Chain Bridge; radar]
      Union Bridge: International engineering aspects and the explorative use of radar site investigation. Spanning the Centuries / An anthology of essays reflecting the influence and heritage of the Union Bridge Berwick -upon-Tweed to celebrate its Bicentenary. The friends of the Union Chain Bridge, Berwick-upon-Tweed, 2020. View
    116. [Stevenson R; Marriott Courtyard Hotel]
      Engineering Heritage promotes Edinburgh’s new Marriott Courtyard Hotel. Heriot-Watt University, 2017 (Published in the PHEW Newsletter, March 2017). View
    117. [Telford T; Malcolm J; poem]
      To Sir John Malcolm on receiving his Miscellaneous Poems / A poem by Thomas Telford written in the year 1831. Privately printed by the Tragara Press, Edinburgh (1971) from the original in the possession of Roland Paxton who wrote the preface. View
    118. [Rennie J; Bell Rock Lighthouse]
      John Rennie and the Bell Rock Lighthouse. Northern Lighthouse Board Journal Winter 2021. View
    119. [Rennie J; Bell Rock Lighthouse]
      A Piece of Ayrshire’s Rail History. Article in the East of Scotland News – ICE Newsletter of the East of Scotland Association No 7 February 2002. View
    120. [Paxton R; Carr Prize]
      2001 Carr Prize. Article in the East of Scotland News – ICE Newsletter of the East of Scotland Association No 7 February 2002. View
    121. [Glasgow; Dumfries; Carlisle; railway; Miller J; New Cumnock]
      The Glasgow, Dumfries & Carlisle Railway Legacy of John Miller CE FRSE / Commemorated by a plaque at New Cumnock Station on 2 May 2013. Heriot-Watt University 2013. View
    122. [Bell Rock Lighthouse; Stevenson R]
      Joint presentation with Virginia Mayes-Wright, Director of the Museum of Scottish. LighthousesRSE@Arbroath 2008 / The Bellrock [sic] Lighthouse and the Stevenson family / ‘The Engineer and the Author’. The Royal Society of Edinburgh, 2008. View
    123. [Glenfinnan Viaduct; PHEW]
      Highland Awayday. Letters to the Editor, New Civil Engineer 27 March / 3 April 1997. View
    124. [Forth Bridge; riveter; ICE Scotland Museum]
      Forth Bridge riveter on loan to ICE Scotland Museum. Resource Summer 2015, Heriot-Watt University. View
    125. [Transit Instrument]
      Mystery tool baffles the history men. Article in New Civil Engineer 25 February 1988. View
    126. [Kyle Rhea Ferry; Telford T]
      Kyle Rhea Ferry – Glenelg to Skye – Telford 1818. Civilscotland Magazine December 2009, Institution of Civil Engineers. View
    127. [Forth & Clyde Canal; Union Canal; regeneration; Falkirk Wheel]
      Engineering the Forth & Clyde and Union Canals (1768-18232), Scotland and their Regeneration via The Falkirk Wheel (2000-2001). Proceedings of the Third National Congress on Civil Engineering History and Heritage – Houston, TX, United States 10 Oct 2001 to 13 Oct 2001. View
    128. [Forth & Clyde Canal; Union Canal; regeneration; Falkirk Wheel]
      Regeneration of the Forth & Clyde and Union Canals, Scotland. Proceedings of ICE Civil Engineering 138 May 2000 pp61-72. View
    129. [Kirkwood JP; ASCE; water engineering]
      James Pugh Kirkwood, ASCE Second President, Water Filtration Pioneer, and His Scottish and U.S. Engineering Practice (with Jerry R Rogers) World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, Austin, Texas, May 17-21, 2015. View
    130. [cast iron bridges; modular]
      Modular Cast Iron Bridges & Their Significance. The Paul Dunkerley Memorial Lecture, ICE Cheshire Branch & the Historical Engineering SIG, Thursday 18 October 2012. View
    131. [Stevenson R]
      Stevenson Robert. The Dictionary of Art, Macmillan, 1996. View
    132. [Lighthouse]
      Lighthouse. The Dictionary of Art, Macmillan, 1996. View
    133. [Kilmarnock & Troon Railway]
      Kilmarnock & Troon Railway Bicentenary – 6 July 2012. ICE Scotland Panel for Historical Engineering Works Scottish Group, 2012. View
    134. [EWRI; HEWs; UK]
      Historic Civil Engineering in the UK: EWRI Visit London, York, Edinburgh, Arbroath and Glasgow. Presented at the EWRI World Environmental & Water Resources Congress, Austin, Texas, May 17-21 2015. View
    135. [Smeaton J; Scotland]
      Smeaton’s Scots Legacy. Article in New Civil Engineer 23 July 1992. View
    136. [Telford T; 250th anniversary celebrations]
      Thomas Telford 250th Anniversary Celebrations. Civilscotland, ICE Scotland Issue 4 06. View
    137. [Forth Bridge; viewing platform]
      How about a viewing platform on the new Forth Bridge? Letter to New Civil Engineer 24 January 2008. View
    138. [River Forth; bridge; Roman]
      Notional Bridging of River Forth at Queensferry. Article in the Edinburgh Evening News by James McGhee featuring a reputed boat bridge built by the Romans 208AD. Edinburgh Evening News 1 March 1990. View
    139. [Glenesk Viaduct; blunder]
      Historians admit Midlothian bridge boob. An article in the Edinburgh Herald & Post referring to a plaque at Glenesk Viaduct with an incorrect date of construction. Edinburgh Herald & Post 12 January 1995. View
    140. [Bell Rock; bicentenary]
      Bell Rock Cake Marks Bicentenary of Bell Rock Lighthouse / Photocall 10 March 2011. View
    141. [Gattonside; PHEW]
      Grave doubts at Gattonside. Letter to the Editor, New Civil Engineer 25 October 1990. View
    142. [Rendel JM; Inverness]
      Rendel’s suspense story / Inverness Suspension Bridge. Letter to the Editor, New Civil Engineer 1 December 1988. View
    143. [Fonthill; caves; grottos]
      Grottos at Fonthill. Letter to Salisbury Times and South Wilts Gazette dated 24 July 1953 and follow-up commissioned article dated 14 August 1953. View
    144. [Scotland; footbridges]
      Highland Footbridges. Letter to the Times 6 April 1988. View
    145. [Innocent Railway; cycleway]
      The Innocent Railway [jointly with R Nellist]. A leaflet describing its conversion as a cycleway issued by Lothian Regional Council June 1990. View
    146. [PHEW; USA]
      PHEW in the USA. Article in the ICE East of Scotland Newsletter No 9 March 2003. View
    147. [Dunkeld Bridge; Telford T]
      Ford CR. Dunkeld Telford’s Finest Bridge (Foreword). Perth & Kinross Council, 2004. View
    148. [Traffic surveys; registration number]
      Orientamente inglesi nel campo della circolazione e della regolazione del traffico (Italian). Segna la Zione Strada Li, May June 1967. View
    149. [Traffic surveys; registration number]
      Improved Techniques for Registration Number Traffic Surveys. Traffic Engineering & Control, Vol 8 No 2, June 1966. View
    150. [Romans; levelling]
      Roman Levelling Techniques. Letter to New Civil Engineer 16 June 1988. View
    151. [Peebles; Neidpath Viaduct]
      Talk helps save bridge. Neidpath skew-arch Viaduct. A review of Professor Paxton’s Bridges of Peebles talk. Article in New Civil Engineer 2/9 January 1992. View
    152. [Pontcysyllte Canal; Telford T]
      Credit to Telford where it’s due. Letter to New Civil Engineer 6 April 1989. View
    153. [Institution of Civil Engineers; story; Watson G]
      Book Review of The Civils – The Story of the Institution of Civil Engineers by Garth Watson. Structural Engineering Review Vol 2 No 3 September 1990. View
    154. [Dean Bridge; Edinburgh; Telford T]
      Dean Bridge, Edinburgh. Edinburgh History Magazine, No 3 1990. View
    155. [Tay Bridge; engineers; biographies]
      The Tay Railway Bridge 1887-1987 / A review of its origin. Preface and Biographical Notes on Engineers. Institution of Civil Engineers, 1987 pp 4, 29-33. View
    156. [River Tweed; bridges]
      A bridge not so far (Tweed bridges). Scotland’s What’s On, 17 July 1991. View
    157. [Dean Bridge; Edinburgh; Telford T]
      Dean Bridge, Edinburgh. Forthright / The Magazine of The Lothian & Borders Police, Vol 26. View
    158. [Leicester; Southgates Underpass]
      Southgates Underpass Opening Ceremony brochure opened 2 May 1968. City of Leicester, 1968. View
    159. [Forth Bridge Visitor Centre Trust; Arrol W]
      Forth Bridges Visitor Centre Trust’s Commemoration of Sir William Arrol at Queensferry Lodge Hotel on 3.9.2000 – Book launch; Arrol portrait acceptance and donation to ICE Scotland Museum in 2012. Heriot-Watt University May 2021. View
    160. [Watt J; book schedule]
      Professor Paxton’s James Watt Archive in Rm 339, Sir William Arrol Building, Heriot-Watt University. View
    161. [Cleveland Bridge Engineering Company; archive]
      Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company Archival Images. Listed 30 June 2022. Updated 15 September 2022. View
    162. [Edinburgh; Kelso; Berwick; bridges]
      A Heritage of Bridges between Edinburgh, Kelso and Berwick (co-author Ted Ruddock). The Institution of Civil Engineers Edinburgh and East of Scotland Association, Edinburgh, undated (c.1980). View
    163. [Edinburgh; Kelso; Berwick; bridges]
      Article in New Civil Engineer: East of Scotland / Borders to publish book on bridges. 27 March 1980. View
    164. [book review; Stevenson; Bell Rock Lighthouse; Cordelia Stamp]
      Review for the CE Journal of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Stevenson, R. L. Robert Stevenson’s account of the building of the Bell Rock Lighthouse. 24 June 2004. View
    165. [traffic surveys; registration number]
      Paxton RA. Improved techniques for registration number surveys… Road Abstracts, Road Research Laboratory / Ministry of Transport, Vol 33 No 7 660-769 July 1966. View
    166. [Telford T; Aberdeen; exhibition]
      Article in New Civil Engineer: Historic Works / Paxton launches Telford exhibition in Aberdeen, 11 October 2007. View
    167. [Tayside; Loch Earn Canal; Dundee & Newtyle Railway; Aberfeldy Bridge; Perth Bridge]
      Article in New Civil Engineer: Civils in Tayside’s past [1750-1850], 13 June 1985. View
    168. [Laigh Milton Viaduct; Archive; South Ayrshire Council]
      Laigh Milton Viaduct Paxton Archive, 22 June 2023 (to access the archive contact South Ayrshire Council Archives). View
    169. [Mitchell J; Inverness]
      Joseph Mitchell, letter to Municipal Engineer Vol III, No 3 March 1984. View
    170. [Dean Bridge; Leith Docks; Forth Bridge]
      (Co-authors Kerr J and McBeth D) Our Engineering Heritage / Three Notable Examples in the Edinburgh Area. Institution of Civil Engineers, Edinburgh and East of Scotland Association, Edinburgh 1981. View
    171. [Proudfoot; Historic concrete roads; Edinburgh]
      David C Proudfoot [City Road Trust Surveyor, Edinburgh, 1869-1906].- Salvaged Drawings donated by Prof. Paxton to Edinburgh City Archives on 8 March 2019 where they can be inspected. View
    172. [Carfrae GS; Biography]
      Carfrae George Somervel (1854-1934). Biographical Dictionary of Civil Engineers in Great Britain and Ireland Volume 3: 1890-1920. ICE and Thomas Telford Ltd 2014, pp119-120. View
    173. [Carfrae & Morrison]
      Norman, W, Senior Partner at firm’s closure in 1978. Short History of the Firm now known as Carfrae & Morrison, CCE. View
    174. [PHEW; Administration; Telford T]
      Scottish Associations Report. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works News Bulletin No 5 September 1976, pp3-4. View
    175. [PHEW; Administration; ICE Scotland Museum]
      Scotland Report. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works News Bulletin No 6 December 1976, p9. View
    176. [PHEW; Leaderfoot Viaduct; ASCE Study Tour; Dundee & Newtyle Railway]
      North of the Border. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 13 February 1982, pp1-4. View
    177. [PHEW; Castlehill Cistern; Alnwickhill Filtration Works; Glencorse Reservoir; Talla Reservoir]
      Visit to Historical Waterworks in SE Scotland. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 19 August 1983, pp1-2. View
    178. [PHEW; Edinburgh; Caledonian Station; “time capsule”]
      Edinburgh [Caledonian] Station “Time Capsule”. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 21 February 1984, p4. View
    179. [PHEW; Bell Rock Lighthouse]
      Account of a visit to the Bell Rock Lighthouse – 18th-20th August 1986. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 32 December 1986, pp4-10. View
    180. [PHEW; Scottish Group]
      News from Scotland [on Scottish Group’s 10th Anniversary]. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 33 March 1987, pp1-2. View
    181. [PHEW; Scottish HEWs]
      Reinstating Scottish HEWs [Robert Whitworth Bridge on Forth & Clyde Canal; Union Canal; Falkirk Tunnel Re-opening and Laigh Milton Viaduct]. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 40 December 1988, pp5-6. View
    182. [PHEW; Forth Bridge]
      Forthcoming Forth Bridge Centenary Events. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 44 December 1989, pp3-4. View
    183. [PHEW; Bristol visit; Forth Bridge Centenary]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 48 December 1990, p3. View
    184. [PHEW; Gattonside Bridge; Leaderfoot Viaduct; Laigh Milton Viaduct]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 49 March 1991, pp4-5. View
    185. [PHEW; conservation]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 50 June 1991, p5. View
    186. [PHEW; Smeaton Lecture; conservation]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 51 September 1991, pp5-6. View
    187. [PHEW; Brunton RH; St Katherine’s Dock; Laigh Milton Viaduct]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 52 December 1991, pp2-3. View
    188. [PHEW; Laigh Milton Viaduct; Smeaton Exhibition]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 53 March 1992, pp4-5. View
    189. [PHEW; Laigh Milton Viaduct]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 54 June 1992, p5. View
    190. [PHEW; ASCE Tour; ICE Corporate Plan; Smeaton Exhibition]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 55 September 1992, pp5-6. View
    191. [PHEW; Smeaton Exhibition]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 56 December 1992, pp6-7. View
    192. [PHEW; conservation; Fitting Roads; Smeaton Exhibition]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 57 March 1993, pp2-3. View
    193. [PHEW; Carron Bridge Preservation]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 58 June 1993, pp4-5. View
    194. [PHEW; RCAHMS]
      Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments – Appointment of Royal Commissioner… Archivist, ICE. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 58 June 1993, p1. View
    195. [PHEW; Laigh Milton Viaduct; Gleann Mor Bridge]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 59 September 1993, pp4-5. View
    196. [PHEW; Hadfield C; book review]
      The Chairman’s Column: Book Review of C. Hadfield’s ‘Thomas Telford’s Temptation’. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 60 December 1993, pp6-7. View
    197. [PHEW; Saltire Awards; Laigh Milton Viaduct]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 61 March 1994, pp4-5. View
    198. [PHEW; Stevenson Symposium; Japan; bridges]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 62 June 1994, pp3-5. View
    199. [PHEW; bridges]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 63 September 1994, pp5-6. View
    200. [PHEW; ICE Scotland Museum; Elton J; The Literature of Engineering Invention]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 64 December 1994, pp6-7. View
    201. [PHEW; Laigh Milton Viaduct]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 65 March 1995, pp4-5. View
    202. [PHEW; Thames Tunnel; Forth Bridge]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 66 June 1995, pp2-3. View
    203. [PHEW; Laigh Milton Viaduct; Cartland Craigs Bridge]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 67 September 1995, pp4-5. View
    204. [PHEW; Laigh Milton Viaduct]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 68 December 1995, pp2-4. View
    205. [PHEW; Forth Bridge; Laigh Milton Viaduct]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 69 March 1996, pp3-4. View
    206. [PHEW; Thames Tunnel; Laigh Milton Viaduct]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 70 June 1996, pp3-4. View
    207. [PHEW; Laigh Milton Viaduct; Usui Railway]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 71 September 1996, pp2-3. View
    208. [PHEW; Japan visit; bridges; Tokyo]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 72 December 1996, p4. View
    209. [PHEW; Telford T; mason-mark; Japan visit; bridges; Tokyo]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 73 March 1997, pp2-4. View
    210. [PHEW; English Heritage presentation; Japan visit; bridges; Tokyo]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 74 June 1997, pp3-4. View
    211. [PHEW; bridges; Vermont; Japan; Westerkirk Library; Telford milestones]
      The Chairman’s Column: ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 75 September 1997, pp4-6. View
    212. [PHEW; Japan; Brunton RH; Historic Bridge Award 1998]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 76 December 1997, pp5-7. View
    213. [PHEW; Japan; Akita; Fujikura Dam]
      The Chairman’s Column: ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 77 March 1998, pp2-4. View
    214. [PHEW; USA]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 78 June 1998, pp2-3. View
    215. [PHEW; USA]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter No 79 September 1998, pp2-3. View
    216. [PHEW; Historic Bridges Awards]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 80 December 1998, pp5-6. View
    217. [PHEW; Bilston Glen Viaduct]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 81 March 1999, pp2-3. View
    218. [PHEW; historical engineering knowledge]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 82 June 1999, p3. View
    219. [PHEW; Erie Canal; Whipple truss bridges]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 83 September 1999, pp2-4. View
    220. [PHEW; Garth Watson Medal; Historical Bridge Awards; Washington DC and Wheeling HEWs]
      By the Editor: Garth Watson Medal; Historical Bridge Awards; Washington DC and Wheeling HEWs. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 84 December 2001, pp1-6. View
    221. [PHEW; Laigh Milton Viaduct]
      Laigh Milton Viaduct Receives Saltire Commendation. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 85 March 2000, p1. View
    222. [PHEW; historic engineering infrastructure]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 85 March 2000, pp3-4. View
    223. [PHEW; Bo’ness Foundry; Inubosaki Lighthouse]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 86 March 2001, pp3-5. View
    224. [PHEW; Camelon Aqueduct; USA HEWs]
      The Chairman’s Column: [Camelon Aqueduct and USA HEWs]. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 87 September 2000, p3-5. View
    225. [PHEW; Mission; Laigh Milton Viaduct]
      The Chairman’s Column [PHEW mission and Laigh Milton Viaduct]. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 87 September 2000, p3-5. View
    226. [PHEW; Fairmont Waterworks; Philadelphia; Falls Bridge PA.]
      The Chairman’s Column: Fairmont Waterworks Philadelphia, Falls Bridge, PA. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 88 December 2000, pp6-8. View
    227. [PHEW; Saltire Awards; Bilston Glen Viaduct]
      Saltire Awards 2000. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 89 March 2001, p1. View
    228. [PHEW; Usui Viaduct]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 89 March 2001, pp3-5. View
    229. [PHEW; Erie Canal]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 91 September 2001, pp3-4. View
    230. [PHEW; Platte Fougére Lighthouse; Guernsey; West Cornwall Bridge CT USA]
      The Chairman’s Column: Platte Fougére Lighthouse, Guernsey and West Cornwall Bridge CT USA. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 92 December 2001, pp8-10. View
    231. [PHEW; Watanabe K; Dalingross Bridge]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 93 March 2002, pp2-4. View
    232. [PHEW; Buxton; Denmark]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 94 June 2002, pp2-4. View
    233. [PHEW; Peterson C; Fairmount Waterworks; ICE Scotland Museum; Miller J; Falkirk Wheel; Maryhill Locks]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 95 September 2002, pp3-4. View
    234. [PHEW; Cornish-Windsor; Vermont; timber bridges; Fairmount Waterworks; Philadelphia]
      The Chairman’s Column: Cornish-Windsor and Vermont timber bridges; Fairmount Waterworks, Philadelphia. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 96 December 2002, pp7-8. View
    235. [PHEW; New Hampshire; Fairmount Waterworks]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 96 December 2002, pp7-8. View
    236. [PHEW; Shipway J]
      Dr Jim Shipway’s Graduation. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 97 March 2003, p1. View
    237. [PHEW; Braid Burn Bridge; Indian Railways]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 97 March 2003, pp3-5. View
    238. [PHEW; Forth Bridges Visitor Centre Trust; Falkirk Wheel]
      The Chairman’s Column. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 98 June 2003, pp4-5. View
    239. [PHEW; plaques, Menai, Conwy, Falkirk Wheel; Philadelphia Waterworks]
      The Chairman’s Column: IHCE Landmark plaques: Menai and Conwy Bridges and Falkirk Wheel; Philadelphia Waterworks Interpretation Centre. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 99 September 2003, pp2-5. View
    240. [PHEW; Stevenson R]
      ICE President Unveils Robert Stevenson Plaque in Edinburgh. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 102 June 2004, p1. View
    241. [PHEW; Laigh Milton Viaduct]
      Scottish Regions, Summer Visits, 2004. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 103 September 2004, pp3-5. View
    242. [PHEW; Forth Bridge; rivets]
      Forth Bridge Rivets For Sale. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 104 December 2004, pp8-9 View
    243. [PHEW; Teaching Engineering History; Heriot-Watt]
      Teaching Engineering History at Heriot-Watt. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 105 March 2005, pp4-5 View
    244. [PHEW; Miller J]
      Delayed Recognition for Scotland’s Railway Hero has Arrived at Platform 4 (The Scotsman headline!). ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 107 September 2005, pp1-2 View
    245. [PHEW; Scottish Lime Centre; Fife]
      Scottish Fife Visit. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 107 September 2005, p6 View
    246. [PHEW; Chanonry Lighthouse; Conon Viaduct]
      News from Scotland – North Scotland Visit. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 108 December 2006, pp6-8 View
    247. [PHEW; Balmoral Bridge]
      Royal Recognition for Brunel’s Balmoral Bridge. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 110 June 2006, pp1-2. View
    248. [PHEW; Ritson J]
      A Remarkable Ritson Remembered. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 111 September 2006, pp4-5. View
    249. [PHEW; Burton WK]
      William K Burton Memorial. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 112 December 2006, p3. View
    250. [PHEW; Shipway J]
      Retirement of Dr Jim Shipway. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 115 September 2007, pp1-2. View
    251. [PHEW; Telford T]
      Thomas Telford 250th Birthday Celebrations in Scotland. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 115 September 2007, pp2-5. View
    252. [PHEW; McCrae KC]
      Kenneth Campbell McCrae 4 June 1915 – 8 September 2007. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 116 December 2007, p1. View
    253. [PHEW; Kyle Rhea Ferry; Glenelg; Telford T]
      Kyle Rhea Ferry – Glenelg to Skye – Telford. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 124 December 2009, pp2-3. View
    254. [PHEW; Bertha]
      Bertha on the Stocks at Eyemouth. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 125 March 2010, pp2-3. View
    255. [PHEW; Kylerhea Ferry; Glenelg Slipway]
      Letter to the Editor: Kylerhea Ferry – Glenelg Slipway Postscript. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 125 March 2010, p5. View
    256. [PHEW; Book Review; Paterson W&M]
      Book Review: Pioneers of the Highland Tracks: William & Murdoch Paterson. A Biography of Two Railway Engineers. By Anne-Mary Paterson. The Highland Railway Society, 2010. 80pp. Paperback. £9.90. ISBN 9780954548551. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 131 June 2011, pp5-6. View
    257. [PHEW; Rennie J; Scotland]
      John Rennie Remembered in Scotland. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 132 September 2011, pp2-3. View
    258. [PHEW; Laigh Milton Viaduct; bicentenary]
      Bicentenary Celebration of Laigh Milton Viaduct. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 135 September 2012, p2. View
    259. [PHEW; Scotland; plaques; Miller J; Ayr Station; Bell Rock Lighthouse]
      Recent Scottish Plaques: John Miller, Ayr Station and Bell Rock Lighthouse. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 136 December 2012, pp2-3. View
    260. [PHEW; Bell Rock Lighthouse]
      Institution Award for Bell Rock Lighthouse. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 138 June 2013, pp4-5. View
    261. [PHEW; Shipway J; Obituary]
      Jim Shipway. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 140 December 2013, p2. View
    262. [PHEW; Ballochmyle Viaduct; Miller J]
      [co-author Rodgers J] Ballochmyle Viaduct. [The authorship of the article was corrected in in the following PHEW Newsletter (No 143 September 2014) “The item on the Ballochmyle Viaduct, which appeared in the June Newsletter, No.142, should have been credited to Professor Roland Paxton and Jerry Rogers”.] ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 142 June 2014, p6. View
    263. [PHEW; Union Chain Bridge]
      Union Chain Bridge. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 145 March 2015, p1. View
    264. [PHEW; Forth Bridge; Riveter]https://ice-museum-scotland.hw.ac.uk/the_paxton_archive/
      The Forth Bridge’s Original Riveter. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 146 June 2015, pp2-3. View
    265. [PHEW; Edinburgh & Glasgow Union Canal]
      Edinburgh Award for Edinburgh & Glasgow Union Canal. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 147 September 2015, pp1-2. View
    266. [PHEW; Harper D; book review]
      Review of D Harper’s ‘River, Railway and Ravine: Foot Suspension Bridges’. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 147 September 2015, pp3-4. View
    267. [PHEW; Brown S; Netherbyres, Eyemouth]
      Captain Samuel Brown’s Iron Chain Bridge at Netherbyres, Eyemouth. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 151 September 2016, pp4-5. View
    268. [PHEW; Edinburgh; Marriott Courtyard Hotel; Stevenson R]
      Edinburgh’s new Marriott Courtyard Hotel [former home of Robert Stevenson CE]. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 153 March 2017, p3. View
    269. [PHEW; ICE Scotland Museum]
      ICE Museum display – Edinburgh Doors Open Day. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 156 December 2017, pp3-4. View
    270. [PHEW; Union Chain Bridge]
      Union Chain Suspension Bridge 1820 – Radar Site Investigation of Scottish Anchorages. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 158 June 2018, pp3-4. View
    271. [PHEW; Union Chain Bridge]
      Union Chain Bridge 1820 – Scottish Anchorages Revealed by Radar. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 159 September 2018, pp2-4. View
    272. [PHEW; Horkstow Bridge]
      Horkstow Bridge. ICE Panel for Historic Engineering Works Newsletter No 167 December 2022, pp4-6. View
    273. [Forth Bridge; construction photographs]
      Forth Bridge Construction Photographs 1884-1885 / From thirteen 10×8 inch glass plate negatives attributed to professional photographer Philip J Phillips by Professor Roland Paxton with explanatory comment. Donated to RCAHMS [now Historic Environmemt Scotland] in January 2009 where they can be viewed. View
    274. [Forth Bridge; skewback model; ICE Scotland Museum]
      Replica’s made to measure / It’s all go-go. Edinburgh Evening News 25 March 1998. View
    275. [Isle of May; excursion]
      Notes on the Isle of May and its Lighthouses. View
    276. [Miller J; biography]
      John Miller, Engineering Timelines, 2012. View
    277. [Stevenson R; biography]
      Robert Stevenson, Engineering Timelines, 2012. View
    278. [Culross]
      CULROSS. Notes for Heriot-Watt University JBM Excursion 30th June 2011. View
    279. [Union Chain Bridge; celebrations]
      An International Engineering Accolade. A View from the Bridge, Friends of the Union Chain Bridge, September 2023. View
    280. [PHEW; conservation]
      Flyer: Engineering Heritage of the British Isles, 1998. View
    281. [Laigh Milton Viaduct; plaque]
      “Historic plaque marks world’s oldest viaduct” [newspaper article], Kilmarnock Standard, Friday, July 20, 2012. View
    282. [Bell Rock Lighthouse; Rennie J; Stevenson R]
      “Forgotten lighthouse hero hailed at last” [newspaper article], Sunday Times 6 February 2011. View
    283. [Cullalo Quarry; visit]
      PHEW Visit to Cullalo Quarry. ICE East of Scotland Members’ Newsletter, September 2005. View
    284. [Miller J; plaque]
      Plaque Honours Rail Pioneer. ICE East of Scotland Members’ Newsletter, September 2005. View
    285. [HEWS; Civil Engineering Heritage Scotland; Highlands and Islands]
      [Co-author Shipway J] Civil Engineering Heritage Scotland – Highlands and Islands. Thomas Telford Ltd, 2007. [The following chapters, notes on authors, subject index and name index are for reference only and may not be copied for publication elsewhere without the express permission of Thomas Telford Ltd.]
    286. >>Foreword and Preface]. View.
    287. >>Chapter 1: Argyll, pp 1-36. View.
    288. >>Chapter 2: Angus, pp 37-66. View.
    289. >>Chapter 3: Aberdeenshire and Moray East, pp 67-122. View.
    290. >>Chapter 4: Highlands East and Moray West, pp 123-182. View.
    291. >>Chapter 5: Highlands West and North, Hebrides, Orkney, Shetland, pp 183-256. View.
    292. >>Notes on Authors, pp 257-258. View.
    293. >>Name Index, pp 259-262. View.
    294. >>Subject Index, pp 263-272. View.
    295. [HEWS; Civil Engineering Heritage Scotland; Lowlands and Borders]
      [Co-author Shipway J] Civil Engineering Heritage Scotland – Lowlands and Borders. [The following chapters, notes on authors, subject index and name index are for reference only and may not be copied for publication elsewhere without the express permission of Thomas Telford Ltd.]
    296. >>Foreword and Preface View.
    297. >>Chapter 1: Dumfries and Galloway, pp 1-58. View.
    298. >>Chapter 2: Scottish Borders; Berwick-upon-Tweed, pp 59-107. View.
    299. >>Chapter 3: Lothian and Edinburgh, pp 108-180. View.
    300. >>Chapter 4: Lanarkshire, Glasgow, Renfrewshire and Dunbartonshire, pp 181-272. View.
    301. >>Chapter 5: Ayrshire and Bute, pp 273-294. View.
    302. >>Chapter 6: Stirling, Perthshire and Kinross, and Clackmannanshire, pp 295-346. View.
    303. >>Chapter 7: Fife, pp 347-374. View.
    304. >>Notes on Authors, pp 375-376. View.
    305. >>Name Index, pp 377-382. View.
    306. >>Subject Index, pp 383-396. View.
    307. [Bright Lights; lighthouses; Stevensons; Smith T]
      (Co-author Leslie J) Bright Lights: The Stevenson Engineers 1752-1971. Gibson Print, 1999. [The following chapters and appendices are for reference only and may not be copied for publication elsewhere without the express permission of the authors.]
    308. >>Front Cover, Introduction etc, pp 1-12. View.
    309. >>Chapter 1: Thomas Smith 1752-1815 – Scotland’s first lighting engineer, pp 13-23. View.
    310. >>Chapter 2: Robert Stevenson 1772-1850 – Erector of the Bell Rock lighthouse, pp 24-49. View.
    311. >>Chapter 3: Alan Stevenson 1807-1865 – Of Skerryvore Lighthouse fame, pp 50-62. View.
    312. >>Chapter 4: David Stevenson 1815-1886 – River improver and consolidator of the dynasty, pp 63-78. View.
    313. >>Chapter 5: Thomas Stevenson 1818-1887 – Investigator of natural phenomena and innovator, pp 79-92. View.
    314. >>Chapter 6: Robert Louis Stevenson 1850-1894 – Reluctant trainee civil engineer, pp 93-109. View.
    315. >>Chapter 7: David A. Stevenson 1854-1938 – Extender of the coastal lights, pp 110-127. View.
    316. >>Chapter 8: Charles Alexander Stevenson 1855-1950 – Inventor, electrical and radio engineer, pp 128-143. View.
    317. >>Chapter 9: D. Alan Stevenson 1891-1971 – Last of the line and lighthouse historian, pp 144-149. View.
    318. >>Illustrations, pp 150-170. View.
    319. >>Source notes and select biography. pp171-175. View.
    320. >>Appendix 1: A selected list of publicatiomns with notes, pp 176-190. View.
    321. >>Appendix 2: Lighthouses by Smith and the Stevensons, pp 191-195. View.
    322. >>Appendix 3: David Stevenson’s apprenticeship indenture 10 July 1834, pp 196-197. View.
    323. >>Appendix 4: The Stevenson Family tree, pp 198-199. View.
    324. >>Index, pp 200-207. View.
    325. [Stevenson; Bell Rock]
      Flyer: Dynasty of Engineers – Stevensons and the Bell Rock, Whittles Publishing, 2011. View