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PJSC ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih is a top performer among the biggest companies of mining and steelmaking sector of Ukraine and is a part of international ArcelorMittal Group. The company is one of the biggest manufacterer of coke in Ukraine and in Eastern Europe. There is a processing of hard coal ...
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PJSC "Arcelor Mittal Kryvyi Rih" Open Air Museum of Mining Equipment
Zbagachuvalna street, 57
50095 Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine

It is truly a paradise for technology lovers: Every object has a sign with description of its purpose. The open-air Museum of Mining Equipment is located near the House of culture of the PJSC "North Mining and Processing Plant". Every piece has a sign with description of its purpose. The first ...
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PJSC "North Mining and Processing Plant" Open Air Museum of Mining Equipment
Marshaka Str. 1v
50089 Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine

The foundry museum occupies the buildings of the engineering work established by the Swiss ironfounder Abraham Ganz (1815-1867) who moved to Budapest in 1841 and opened his own works in 1844, specialising in the manufacture of wheels for railway carriages and wagons. After Ganz died the company ...
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Ábraham Ganz Foundry Collection
Ganz Ábrahám Öntödei Gyűjtemény
Bem Jozsef-utca 20
1027 Budapest, Hungary

In the evolution of mankind, in the formation and development of our culture and civilization light played an essential role. It was the symbol of life, comprehension and wisdom from the very beginning. The collection of Electrical Engineering commemorates the history of light and lighting, and ...
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Museum of Electrical Engineering
Elektrotechnikai Múzeum
Kazinczy u. 21
1075 Budapest, Hungary

Budapest | Hungary
The Technical Study Stores can be considered as a museum, yet it does not incorporate a permanent exhibiting place.The artifacts are presented on metal shelves in three spacious halls – sixteen-thousand pieces altogether. The collection contains world patents, first copies and enormous ...
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Technical Study Stores
Múszaki Tanulmánytár
Prielle Kornélia 10
1117 Budapest, Hungary

The main site of the Hungarian Technical and Transport Museum in Pest is primarily concerned with transport, and includes a replica of a railway station of the early twentieth century and numerous railway models. It also has extensive sections on the history of roads, and on boat-building and ...
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The Hungarian Museum of Science, Technology and Transport
Magyar Müszaki és Közlekedési Közlekedési Múzeum
Városligeti Körut 11
1146 Budapest, Hungary

Miscolc, in the Bukk region of northern Hungary, is the country’s third largest city, and since the late 1940s the huge Lenin Metallurgical Plant has been located in its surburb of Diósgyör. Many ironworks have flourished in the region since the first blast furnace in Bukk was established in the ...
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Metallurgic Collection and Massa Museum
Massa Múzeum| Mûemlék nagyolvasztó ("Õskohó")
Omassai utca
3517 Miskolc, Hungary

Alexandria | United Kingdom
Situated only 5 mins from the beautiful Loch Lomond, the Argyll Motor Works, built in 1905, were the largest motor car works in the world second only to the Packard works in the USA. And they are still the most impressive and palatial motor works ever created - with a 540 ft frontage of red stone ...
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Argyll Motor Works | Lomond Galleries
78-80 Main Street
G83 0UG Alexandria, United Kingdom

Birmingham | United Kingdom
Many aspects of Birmingham’s industrial history are now illustrated in the city’s Jewellery Quarter. One of the most recent additions is the Coffin Works in Fleet Street, a three-storey factory  designed by Roger Hurley and completed in 1892. Two years later it was taken over by Alfred and Edwin ...
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Coffin Works Museum
13-15 Fleet Street
B3 1JP Birmingham, United Kingdom

Blaenavon | United Kingdom
This is the first dedicated World Heritage Centre in the UK and is the focal point for the Blaenavon Industrial Landscape World Heritage Site. The Visitor Centre combines video presentations, interactive touch screen monitors and oral history with more traditional displays to explain the leading ...
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Blaenavon World Heritage Centre
Church Road
Blaenavon, United Kingdom

Burton upon Trent | United Kingdom
The man who invented clogs must have been a brewer. The robust shoes with thick wooden soles were ideal for keeping people´s feet warm and dry on cold, wet brewery floors. Once, the whole of Burton upon Trent used to echo with the clacking of these rough wooden slippers. For the small town in the ...
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National Brewery Centre
Horninglow Street
DE14 1NG Burton upon Trent, United Kingdom

Carnlough | United Kingdom
Industrial heritage display featuring limestone quarrying in Carnlough, iron mining in Glenravel and other industries of the Glens of Antrim in the 19th and early 20th centuries. The interpretation display in The Heritage Hub at Carnlough Town Hall celebrates Carnlough’s harbour, its maritime ...
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The Heritage Hub at Carnlough Town Hall
Harbour Road
BT44 0EU Carnlough, United Kingdom

Carrickfergus | United Kingdom
The gasworks at Carrickfergus was characteristic of those built in small towns all over Europe in the mid-19th century when the growth of main line railways made possible the distribution of coal to most parts of the continent. The works was opened in 1855, and the last significant alterations made ...
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Flame - The Gasworks Museum of Ireland
44 Irish Quarter West
BT38 8AT Carrickfergus, United Kingdom

Dudley | United Kingdom
There’s no towpath for your horse, and no engine in your boat, so how do you get your narrowboat through the long tunnel into the vast limestone caverns? You have to get out and push! Two men would lie across the narrowboat and ‘walk’ along the tunnel walls, pushing along tons of boat and its cargo. ...
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Dudley Canal and Tunnel Trust
501 Birmingham New Road
DY1 4SB Dudley, United Kingdom

Eastriggs | United Kingdom
The scale of fighting on the Western Front in the First World War surprised most military planners. Critics of the British government blamed it for a perceived shortage of shells at the Battle of Neuve Chapelle in the early summer of 1915. In consequence a coalition government was formed in which ...
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The Devil’s Porridge Museum
Annan Road
DG12 6TF Eastriggs, United Kingdom

Forres | United Kingdom
Dallas Dhu Distillery was built in 1898, at the tail end of a major boom in the Scotch whisky demand resulting from severe damage to the French brandy production caused by Phylloxera, which had ravaged vinyards in France since the 1860s. Situated on the edge of the town of Forres, Dallas Dhu falls ...
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Dallas Dhu Distillery
Mannachie Road
IV36 2RR Forres, United Kingdom

Glenarm | United Kingdom
Limestone has been quarried in Glenarm since the late 18th Century. The Limestone industry has had a key influence on the development of Glenarm. The harbour was built in the 1860’s for the export of limestone and iron ore. Limestone has contributed significantly to the Glenarm economy since recent ...
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Glenarm Visitor Centre
17 New Road
BT44 0AA Glenarm, United Kingdom

Kidderminster | United Kingdom
The town of Kidderminster on the lower reaches of the River Stour in Worcestershire gave its name in the seventeenth century to ‘Kidderminster Stuff’, a fairly heavy woollen fabric used for curtains and for ‘carpets’ (in the sense of cloths laid on tables or chests). In the course of the eighteenth ...
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Museum of Carpet
Stour Vale Mill
Green Street
DY10 1AZ Kidderminster, United Kingdom

Menai Bridge | United Kingdom
Menai Suspension BridgeCompleted on 30 January 1826, the Menai Bridge was a triumph of civil engineering – the biggest suspension bridge in the world at the time. Sixteen huge chains held up 579 feet of deck, giving 100 feet of clearance for tall sailing ships navigating the Menai Strait. The Menai ...
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The Menai Strait Bridges
Menai Bridge Community Heritage Trust Thomas Telford Centre
Mona Road
LL59 5EA Menai Bridge, United Kingdom

Merthyr Tydfil | United Kingdom
Cyfarthfa Castle Museum & Art Gallery is one of the great “finds” of the South Wales Valleys. The castle was built in 1824 by the ironmaster William Crawshay the second. It overlooked his immensely successful ironworks which were the largest in the world in the first quarter of the nineteenth ...
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Cyfarthfa Castle Museum & Art Gallery
Brecon Road
CF47 8RE Merthyr Tydfil, United Kingdom