Choose a country from list above. You’ll find information about the conservation of the industrial heritage arranged in the following sections.

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National Representative
The name and address of the national representative chosen by the local TICCIH group.

National Report
The report prepared for the most recent TICCIH Congress. TICCIH National Reports from previous congresses represent an invaluable source of information.

National Association
The organisation or society that represents industrial archaeology.

Who organises national or international industrial archaeology conferences.

The main journal or magazine covering industrial archaeology.

National conservation organisations.

Access to on-line inventories or catalogues of historic buildings.

Industrial museums
The principal industrial museums and historic sites.

Graduate and post-graduate courses in industrial archaeology, heritage management, industrial and technical history.

Useful sites on the Internet.

Key texts, policy statements and charters.

A brief bibliography of the most important books and guides to the local industrial heritage.

Historic sites
A short list of significant and characteristic industrial sites.