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1901 The 12th AGM of the [[Institute of Mining Engineers]] was held in Sheffield.
1901 The 12th AGM of the [[Institute of Mining Engineers]] was held in Sheffield.


1927 86th General Meeting was held in Newcastle upon Tyne
1927 86th General Meeting was held in Newcastle upon Tyne at the House of the [[North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers]]


1960s Incorporated the [[National Association of Colliery Managers]]
1960s Incorporated the [[National Association of Colliery Managers]]

Latest revision as of 17:13, 18 March 2020

1889 Formation of the Federated Institution of Mining Engineers

1890 The first General Meeting was held in Sheffield

1898 Change of name to Institution of Mining Engineers. Annual meeting held in Birmingham[1]

1901 The 12th AGM of the Institute of Mining Engineers was held in Sheffield.

1927 86th General Meeting was held in Newcastle upon Tyne at the House of the North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers

1960s Incorporated the National Association of Colliery Managers

1995 Incorporated the Institution of Mining Electrical and Mining Mechanical Engineers

1998 Incorporated in the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy

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  1. The Engineer 1898/09/23