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    Industrial Heritage

    • Attleboro Industrial Museum (1,130)
      It is the mission of the Attleboro Area Industrial Museum, Inc. (AAIM) to collect and preserve the artifacts, photographs, documents, publications, tools, and machinery that relate to the industrial history of the Attleboro area; to make these materials readily available for both research and enjoyment; and to act as a resource center for the education of the public about the industrial history of the Attleboro area, so that knowledge of the past may contribute to a fuller understanding of the present and inspiration for the future.
    • Michigan Iron Industry Museum (892)
      The Michigan Iron Industry Museum overlooks the Carp River and the site of the first iron forge in the Lake Superior region.
      Here, from 1848 to 1855, the Jackson Iron Company and others manufactured wrought iron from local ore and demonstrated the high quality of Michigan's iron ore deposits. The museum exhibits, audiovisual programs and outdoor interpretive paths depict the large-scale capital and human investment that made Michigan an industrial leader.
    • Muster Point by Julie Squires (810)
      Julie Squires is one of Australia's most renowned sculptors. The 'Muster Point' was completed in 1999. Julie worked with a large group of Newcastle Steelworks employees for more than a year just before the steelworks closed. The 'Muster Point', the result of their collaborative effort, is the most significant sculpture ever produced at the steelworks, or perhaps any steelworks in the southern hemisphere.
    • Nova Scotia Museum of Industry (863)
      The Museum of Industry tells the story of industrialization in Nova Scotia and how this process affected the economic and social fabric of the province and its people.
    • Ribbons of Steel - Arts Hunter site (855)
      Arts Hunter was organiser of the major performance at the cultural event Ribbons of Steel held just prior to closaure of Newcastle Steelworks.
    • Soveriegn Hill (835)
      One of Australia's largest Industrial Heritage Tourist Attractions. Simulates the town of Ballarat during the Gold rush days.
      Includes a sound and light show and Gold Museum.
      A must see for everyone.
    • Steel Around. Pittsburg Steel. (2,453)
      An important American Steelmaking Region has been redeveloped.
    • Tannehill Ironworks Park (1,363)
      Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park has more than 1,500 acres in three counties set aside for hiking, camping and outdoor recreation. A miniature railroad chugs through the pines. From spring through fall, the blacksmith, miller and craftsmen demonstrate their trades. Craft shops occupy restored pioneer cabins and artisans chat with visitors from their front porches. Steeped in history, Tannehill feels timeless. The cotton gin, pioneer farm and working gristmill preserve a long-gone way of life. Hiking trails retrace historic roadways. Artifacts of Alabama?s 19th century iron industry displayed in the Iron and Steel Museum put in perspective the massive stone furnaces, Tannehill?s awe-inspiring centerpiece.
    • UK Association for Industrial Archaeology (1,019)
      The AIA is the national organisation for people who share an interest in Britain's industrial past. It brings together people who are researching, recording, preserving and presenting the great variety of this country's industrial heritage. Industrial architecture, mineral extraction, heritage-based tourism, power technology, adaptive re-use of industrial buildings and transport history are just some of the themes being investigated by our members.

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