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Industrial heritage

 

Industrial heritage

Engelsberg Ironworks, Sweden
Harrisville Historic District, New Hampshire, USA
James Watt's workshop
Reconstructed historical factory in Žilina (Slovakia) for production of safety matches. Originally built in 1915 for the business firm Wittenberg and son.

Industrial heritage refers to the physical remains of the The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage, known as TICCIH.

Contents

  • See also 1
    • United Kingdom 1.1
    • Europe 1.2
    • Other regions 1.3
  • Further reading 2
  • External links 3

See also

United Kingdom

Europe

Other regions

Further reading

  • Douet, J, (ed.). Industrial Heritage Re-tooled: The TICCIH guide to Industrial Heritage Conservation. Lancaster: Carnegie. 2012. pp. 244 ISBN 978-1-85936-218-1
  • Oevermann, H., Mieg, H. A. (ed.). Industrial Heritage Sites in Transformation: Clash of Discourses. London, New York: Routledge. 2014. pp. 222 ISBN 978-0415745284.

External links

  • "Industrial Heritage in All Regions", a list of links to industrial heritage sites in Great Britain, at Aboutbritain.com
  • http://bih.ballarat.edu.au/Industrial_heritage


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