Big Stuff 2010

Big Stuff 2010 was held at the Imperial War Museum campus at Duxford in the United Kingdom and was followed by a visit to the naval warship HMS Belfast floating in the Thames River in London.

See below for the papers presented at Big Stuff 2010. Please note that where we do not have access to a full written paper, a pdf pf the presentation powerpoint has been included where the powerpoint provides useful details of the presentation content.

Our ISSN number for the conference series is ISSN  2207-2845.

Conference Papers and Presentations

Brian Barker – Volunteer Training – a Success Story

Chris Beet and Anthony Coulls – Is it safe? – balancing conservation, operation and display of rail vehicles at the National Railway Museum

Stefan Brueggerhoff, Kornelius Goetz and Norbert Tempel – Between different interests – conservation planning for industrial heritage sites

Shane Casey and Robert Turner – A Novel Technique for the Conservation of Large Tiled Panels

Chris Collins and Arianna Bernucci – Balancing the display needs with the conservation requirements at the Natural History Museum

David Hallam,, Ainslie Greiner and Michiel Brunott – Significance, risk and the maintenance of Engineering and Industrial Objects: a Continuing Conversation

Laura Kennedy and Alison Wain – A Lorry by any other Name

Chris Knapp – Suspending Museum Objects

James Mitchell – Large Steam Engines… Do we run them at their peril?

Joanna Romanos and Allison Russell – A conservation management tool for functional objects

Yvonne Shashoua, Torben Holst and Henning Matthiesen – Matching surface treatments to display environments for industrial objects

Norbert Tempel – Just a simple Engineering Structure… Rehabilitation of a vapor discharge tower

Alison Wain and Andrew Schroeder – We’ll have that…and that… and, oh, just everything!

Carl Warner – Making large object displays accessible to all: The experiences of Imperial War Museum Duxford

Sue Warren – Changing Visitor Expectation at the Canada Science and Technology Museum Corporation

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