LIHS produces a number of different publications. Some, such as our Newsletters, Bulletins and Books are in hard copy printed format; some are available in digital format on CDs and DVDs.
We also occasionally produce films and other items.
A full list of available publications and Order Form can be downloaded here.
Over the past ten years or so, the LIHS Newsletter has replaced the Bulletin as the regular periodical of the Society. Published twice a year, in April and October, it contains news, short articles, reviews, pictures and more. The Spring 2009 edition and the Spring 2010 edition both won the Newsletter Award
from the Association of Industrial Archaeology.
The Newsletter is issued free of charge to members and back copies can be ordered using the Order Form here.
To contribute, contact the editor, David Pearce: email@example.com;
We occasionally publish other booklets
See Order Form for a full list of those currently available.
Digital books on CD and DVD
We currently have a number of books and booklets avilable in digital format on CD and DVD. A full list can be found on our Order Form.
Films and sound recordings
We also have a few films, two made by ourselves, a set of slides and a sound recording available on DVD.
Details of all publications, prices and how to order can be found on our Order Form.
LIHS calendar, 1st Day Cover, postcard and more - Order Form.
LIHS member, David Ramsey also publishes books under his own name. CLICK HERE to go to his website.
Bulletins have been published by the Society since 1976 and all past copies are available in digital format on one CD. See Order Form for details.
In 2008, Bulletin 19 won the Association for Industrial Archaeology award for Journals.
Originally, Bulletins were the main periodical of the Society and contained
a range of articles and reports written
by members. More recently, Bulletins have developed into a series of occasional monologues on a single topic such as Bulletin 20, published in June 2014, which is devoted to the history of S Russell & Sons, iron founders and engineers of Bath lane, Leicester.
For further information about LIHS contact the Secretary, David Lyne, 10 Somerville Road, Leicester, LE3 2ET. Tel 0116 291 9706 or email firstname.lastname@example.org