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Reconnections Conference 2015

Sustainability for maritime, transport and industrial heritage

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Tuesday, 20 October 2015

As part of the 2-day Reconnections Conference, in conjunction with Liverpool City Council, MHT is organising the second day – aimed at those involved or interested in heritage projects. The emphasis will be on learning from the experience of successful projects how to achieve that one essential - sustainability.

The day will be cross sectoral covering ships, railways, canals, industrial archaeology and stationary engine projects and within that there will be a wide spectrum of speakers and workshops but all with a “how to do it” theme.

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  • Liverpool

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  • Reconnections Conference 2015

    Reconnections Conference 2015

    As part of the 2-day Reconnections Conference, in conjunction with Liverpool City Council, MHT organised the second day – aimed at those involved or interested in heritage projects. The emphasis was on learning from the experience of successful projects how to achieve that one essential - sustainability.

    To view the conference report click here

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    A report on the day can be read here