Association for the History of Glass Limited (AHG)
An educational charity that aims to advance knowledge and interest in the study of glass of all periods, including archaeology, art history, conservation, and glass science. Includes details of membership, activities, publications, and links.
Interactive exploration of Britain's engineering past. Visitors can search for projects by engineer name, view biographies or explore articles by various themes such as how, who, where and why.
A research project into the social history of forestry in Scotland in the twentieth century provides galleries of photos about the industry.
How a single ironworks established on a South Wales hillside at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution became a leading global business in the automotive, powder metallurgy, off highway vehicles, and aerospace sectors.
A wiki aiming to offer a comprehensive source of information on the engineering industry in Britain from the start of the Industrial Revolution to the 1960s.
Industrial Heritage of Britain
Explores the stories behind some of the waterways, bridges, power plants, railways and people of Britain's industrial past.
The Industrial Revolution -
An article offering an overview of the Industrial Revolution from agricultural, to technological changes, communications, and changing social patterns.
Made in Birmingham
Celebrates the industrial history of Birmingham and Smethwick; includes guides to different industries, a listing of significant companies, news, and links.
Making the Modern World
An education initiative by the Science Museum exploring science and invention, and their impact on society; includes virtual tours and learning modules.
A visitor guide to the industrial heritage of the North West of England, with information on attractions, things to do, trails and guided walks, and events.
Plastics Historical Society
Celebrating the heritage of the plastics industry. Contains a detailed timeline of inventions and the scientists behind them, plus a downloadable book for secondary schools, articles and virtual museum.
A substantial interactive resource exploring the history of the Industrial Revolution in the West Midlands between 1700 and 1830. Provides a wealth of information organised by "learning journeys", themes, people, and places.
Celebrates Matthew Boulton, his Soho Mint, and his contribution to the Industrial Revolution; includes a substantial library of articles, biographies, background on The Lunar Society, and other resources.
South Western Electricity Historical Society
A group of enthusiasts for the electricity history and industrial archaeology of the South West of England; with a library of articles and resources, suggested days out with an engineering theme, and details of their museum.
Sugar Refiners & Sugarbakers
A database of people and families in the UK sugar refining industry from the 16th to the 20th century; includes historical articles and resources.
Tools and Trades History Society
Aims to advance the knowledge and understanding of hand tools as well as the people and trades that used them. Presents membership form and information, publications, and links to museums and other places of interest.