Ideas for Trevithick Visit on Friday.

Sounds like a good plan, and thanks to Kerry! I have never seen the Trevithick engine myself. AIAS Fellow Steve Bannister of the University of Utah is an economist, and his Ph. D. Thesis on the second industrial revolution is on www.aias.us. He is assistant professor in the department of economics.

In a message dated 12/07/2017 17:08:44 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

We could meet at Myron’s house for coffee on Friday afternoon and I could drive the tree of us to the museum, where we could continue our discussions. I could then take Myron home, before heading for Aberystwyth.

Kerry

That sounds very good to me. The Trevithick engine exhibit is open on Saturday as well, so that leaves Friday afternoon without that constraint.

On Jul 12, 2017 2:56 PM, EMyrone@aol.com wrote:

It will be very good to see you! Friday from about 12 noon onwards will be fine with me, at your convenience. I have to attend a wedding by skype on Saturday. Kerry could drive you here on Friday if he can, then take you on to your hotel in time to see the Trevithick engine.

In a message dated 12/07/2017 13:21:40 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Hello Myron. Kerry has very generously offered to show me around historical sites in Wales for Thursday and Friday, then take me to Swansea.

The question is what is the most convenient time for us to meet…Friday in the afternoon or any time on Saturday? I leave for London about noon on Sunday.

I am very much looking forward to seeing you.

Steve


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