COTMA Conference 1978
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List of Papers
<![if !supportLists]>1. <![endif]>Historical Flashback Trams in the Streets how far can our Museums go in Recreating History Dave Hinman
<![if !supportLists]>2. <![endif]>The Crich Experience Analysis of a Successful Museum Geoffrey Claydon
<![if !supportLists]>3. <![endif]>The Pros and Cons of a Composite Museum Simon Wood
<![if !supportLists]>4. <![endif]>Design and Maintenance of Compressed Air Systems R. J. Scott
<![if !supportLists]>5. <![endif]>The new Museums and the Tourist Peter Rendall
1a Progress in Archival Storage, Recovery and Display of Tramway Era Relics
1b Lessons of Crich for COTMA Members
1c New Projects Recent Experience in Designing, Funding and Implementation
2a Can you Involve other groups on your site? What are suitable and How to go about it.
2b Site Planning and Co-ordination if Various Groups are involved.
2c Why a Composite Museum Funding: Who gets What and Why Sharing of the Cake.
3a Museum Compressed Air use Standards, Parts Availability, Maintenance etc.
3b Progress Upgrading Safety Programmes
3c Track Work Engineering A comparison of Techniques and Skills being developed by Museums.
4a Enticing People to Your Museum the Public
4b Enticing People to Your Museum Work Parties
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5a Financial Subscriptions, Systems, Sales and Fund Raising
5c Restoration, Methods, Parts, Liaison etc.
5e Archives and Libraries
Panel Discussion Volunteers v. Paid Staff: Preserving and Promoting Harmony and Productivity
Open Forum Observations at Ferrymead A Critical Analysis
Individual Presentations Progress of Each Museum over the past twelve months.