Date(s) - 14th October 2017
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National Training Academy for Rail
The next Heritage Day is being organised by Northamptonshire Industrial Archaeology Group and will be held on Saturday 14th October 2017 in Northampton.
The conference programme is:
09:00 Registration and coffee
09:45 Welcome and introduction
10:00 Barwell – Early 19th century Iron Founder
11:05 The Express Lift Company: Lift Manufacturers and Installers of Northampton
11:55 Mind the Gap: Responding to the Skills Shortages within the Rail Industry
12:45 EMIAC Business Meeting
14:00 Site visits: NTAR and the Traincare facility.
16:00 Tea and depart.
16:30 Close of conference.
Cost of event: £23.00 (includes car parking).
Click here for the booking form.
The programme looks at three Northampton-based companies in the engineering sector from three different centuries. Nineteenth century iron founder EH Barwell’s products can still be found in southern England. In the twentieth century the Express Lift Company’s lifts were to be found across the world and their innovative testing tower is once again being used for development work. Alongside their train care facility, Siemens have recently opened a new training facility for the railway engineers of the 21st century.
This event will be based at the newly-built National Training Academy for Rail located in Northampton. Admission to the conference is by advance booking only. Maps and full directions will be provided for which an SAE is essential when booking. Also please advise if you have a mobility problem.