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Premio de Investigación Buxa 2015-2016

Saturday, April 30th, 2016

2016-04-30

Premio de Investigación Buxa 2015-2016

Joaquín Vieta Canning Factory

Sunday, April 3rd, 2016
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Fotografía de José Luis Sacau Fontenla no outono do ano 2015

According to data collected by Santiago Llovo Taboada in his splendid work, was built in 1909 in the Paseo del Cabo or Paseo de Bombe, in the town of Muros, in the salting warehouse there erected by Bentura Moreu Teixidor around 1870. The industrial activity ceased with the death of Joaquín Vieta in 1930. Between the summer of 1937 and 1938 it was used as a prison for more than three hundred prisoners from Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria, Basque Country and Madrid qualified as “Republicans”. Rented at the beginning of the 1940 decade to José Folgueira Rubido, neighbour of Ortigueira, and, in the second half of the same decade, to Ricardo Castro Rego, also of Ortigueira. In 1974, the old canning factory was purchased, modernized and put back into operation by Daniel Rodríguez Blanco, born in Carnota and Muros’ neighbour. Almost thirty years later, despite the efforts of his son, Daniel Rodríguez Otero, the factory of “Conservas Leocadia” cease its activity at the beginning of the year 2000. By 2012, the concession was rescued by the State, which decided its demolition to complete the expansion of the road Muros-Corcubión in that section. However, was only demolished the enlargement that Daniel Rodríguez made, being built instead a small sitting area and a viewpoint. The old canning factory of Vieta and his house they were saved and protected as heritage.

Congress

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

2016-02-16

Para máis información Universidade Lusíada

Collaboration

Sunday, February 14th, 2016
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Hispano-Suiza H-6, presentado no 1919 en París (Museo de Automoción e Historia, Fundación Jorge Jove)

A promising meeting

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Cabina da locomotora Mikado, no Museo do Ferrocarril de Galicia (Martina Campo, 2008)

Battleships’ Factory

Monday, January 4th, 2016

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You can purchase yet the splendid work of José María de Juan-García Aguado “The factory of battleships: the Spanish Society for Naval Construction at Ferrol (1909-1936)”, in which this Association participated to make possible its publication.

Merry Christmas, and a better New Year

Sunday, December 20th, 2015
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Mencer en Santo André de Teixido (sabe alguén quen foi o fotógrafo?)

Boo’s tanning factory

Thursday, December 3rd, 2015
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Fábrica de curtumes de Antonio Boo (Manuel Lara, 2015)

Of the remarkable tanning industry that performed in Chantada, Antonio Boo’s leather factory, better known as “a do merluza”, is the only one surviving the devastating effort of our times.

Slaughterhouse of Lugo Municipality

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015
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O que fora Matadoiro Municipal de Lugo (Emilio Valadé del Río, 2015)

The courtesy and kindness of Professor Emilio Valadé del Río gave us information about the recovered Slaughterhouse of Lugo Municipality, today Exhibition Hall of “Porta Miñá”, the Miño Gate or Carmen Gate that opens in the bi-millennial wall. Along this week we will complete the corresponding record-card in our inventory (it will reach number 383!).

Earth and Fire in the Ria of Ferrol

Saturday, October 17th, 2015

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The splendid work of Justino Fernández Negral, gathered in a care volume published by “Ensenada de Ézaro Ediciones” is already on sale in bookstores. Our members are receiving this book as a well-deserved gift.

Industrial Experience in As Pontes

Thursday, October 8th, 2015
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O Director de GALPARQUET atende aos visitantes [Cortesía de DELOGA, 2015]

By courtesy of the Municipality of As Pontes, and conducted by DELOGA, the company that developed the project “As Pontes Industrial Experience”, we participated in the last guided tour of this phase. This time, the company visited was Galparquet, part of the Group of companies founded by Roberto Tojeiro Díaz, the great entrepreneur of As Pontes.

The guided tours to the “living industry” complement and complete the knowledge of our industrial heritage, and, accordingly, they strengthen the foundations of our close collective memory, giving a greater intelligibility to our history and to the impact of the industrialization in our culture.