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Engineering Heritage Australia | September 2022

EHA Magazine, volume 4, edition 3

This edition covers the Engineering Heritage of the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct, the Amiens Gun from World War 1 and CSIRO’s Parkes Telescope.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | May 2022

EHA Magazine, volume 4, edition 2

This edition covers the 90th birthday of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the refugee aeronautical engineer Fred David, the mysterious Bradfield Cylinder, and A Crossley Model XA gas engine at Swift’s Creek.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | January 2022

EHA Magazine, volume 4, edition 1

This edition looks at Sydney’s Balls Head coal loader, Canberra’s ill-fated railway, the Lake Canobolas Pump House, and A.T. Harman’s Port Melbourne Engineering Works.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | September 2021

EHA Magazine, volume 3, edition 9

This edition covers the story of the paddle steamer “SS Phoenix”, Edward Bell, Sydney City Engineer 1856 to 1870, engineering out an epidemic, and repairing the Kempsey Railway Bridge. 

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Engineering Heritage Australia | January 2021

EHA Magazine, volume 3, edition 7

This edition looks at Perth's Secret WWII RAAF Bunker, Tram substation machinery in Melbourne, and new home for the NSW Australian Railway Historical Society, and the 2021 Australasian Engineering Heritage Conference.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | September 2020

EHA Magazine, volume 3, edition 6

This edition introduces the winners of the 2019 Colin Crisp Awards, takes a look back at Australia’s pioneer real radio man and the inventor of the famous tilting pad thrust bearing.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | May 2020

EHA Magazine, volume 3, edition 5

This edition explores saving Western Australia’s engineering history, seven of Melbourne’s tramway substations, the Sniders & Abrahams Building and making photo archives accessible.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | January 2020

EHA Magazine, volume 3, edition 4

This edition covers the Nowra Bridge across the Shoalhaven River, Concrete Pontoon at Circular Quay and the Australasian Engineering Heritage Conference 2020.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | September 2019

EHA Magazine, Volume 3, edition 3

This edition looks at the electrification of Melbourne’s railways, Gladesville Bridge, the Beirut to Tripoli Railway, Honeysuckle Creek and the moon landings, and lighting the streets with electricity.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | May 2019

EHA Magazine, volume 3, edition 2

This edition looks at the Towrang Bridge and Culverts, Avalon Airshow, the Lithgow Small Arms Factory and Museum, and a Melbourne Docklands cargo crane.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | January 2019

EHA Magazine, volume 3, edition 1

This edition explores the launch of EA Newcastle Divisions’ Oral History Collection, the Völklingen Ironworks in Germany, a foghorn in the Shetlands, the Steam Pumping Engine at Lake Boga, and more.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | September 2018

EHA Magazine, volume 2, edition 9

This edition looks at Victoria’s Living Heritage Grants Program, the recovery of Edison Street Tubes in Brisbane, the Millewa “A” Pumping Station, and Western Australia’s Pilbara Heavy Haul Railways.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | May 2018

EHA Magazine, volume 2, edition 8

This edition covers the public water supply in Sale, Brewarrina fish traps on the Barwon-Darling Rivers, the significance of windmills, Geelong’s Barwon Sewer Aqueduct, the Sarrans Hydro-Electric Dam in France, and more.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | January 2018

EHA Magazine, volume 2, edition 7

This edition explores engineering and industrial heritage in the US, the Railway Bridge over Eddy Avenue in Sydney and provides reflections on engineering in Vietnam.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | November 2017

Guidelines for the Engineering Heritage Australia national engineering oral history program

The National Engineering Oral History Program aims to record for posterity in their own voice, the experiences, achievements and observations of significant engineers, provide resources to Division heritage units that may not otherwise be able to afford to undertake oral history, and establish an engineering oral history data base for researchers, biographers, historians, journalists and social scientists.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | July 2017

EHA Magazine, volume 2, edition 6

This edition includes the regeneration of Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf, a wartime journey — Stuart Highway Heritage Guide, the Point Nepean Quarantine Station, and mining for oil at Lakes Entrance.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | June 2017

Guide to engineering heritage recognition program

This guide details the Engineering Heritage Australia's Engineering Heritage Recognition Program. 

The purpose of the program is to encourage conservation of Australian engineering heritage and to raise community awareness of engineering and the benefits it provides.

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Engineering Heritage Australia | January 2017

EHA Magazine, volume 2, edition 5

This edition takes a look at the Murtoa Stick Shed, an American’s View of Australian engineering heritage, the case of two missing engineers, and the Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf.

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