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Granollers | Spain
This power station at Granollers, 30 km north-east of Barcelona, was built in 1952 to provide electricity and steam to the Roca Umbert cotton factory. The company relocated to Granollers in 1904. It eventually needed its own generating station to ensure a regular supply of power. Visitors explore ...

Roca Umbert Thermal Power Plant
La Tèrmica Roca Umbert
Prat de la Riba 77
08401 Granollers, Spain

These museums concerned with the leather industry are in two adjacent buildings close to the town centre of Igualada, north-west of Barcelona. One was the nineteenth-century Boyer cotton factory and the other was the eighteenth-century Granotes tannery. In the 1980s the town council bought the ...

Leather Museum and Anoia Regional Museum
Museu de la Pell d’Igualada i Comarcal de l’Anoia
Carrer del Dr Joan Mercader
08700 Igualada, Spain

Irun | Spain
Man has been using minerals from Aiako Harria since Roman times. At the beginning of the 20th century major mining activities were initiated in the Irun hills. Iron carbonate was mined from the Meazuri, Meagorri, Aitzondo and Basakaitz galleries to be burnt in the Iruguretza furnaces and converted ...

Irugurutzeta Furnaces
Hornos de Irugurutzeta
Meaka 110-Ibarla
20305 Irun, Spain

Karrantza | Spain
In 1956 exploitation began of the Donosa quarry located in the Peña de Ranero mountain, next to the Pozalagua Caves.  The mineral dolomite was extracted from the quarry andthen transported to the Ambasaguas district by cable car. There stood the dolomite factory with the unloading station and the ...

Dolomitas Museum
Museo Dolomitas
C/Ambasaguas S/N
48891 Karrantza, Spain

La Bisbal d’Empordà | Spain
Since the late Middle Ages, pottery has been the most important economic activity in La Bisbal, providing work for a significant percentage of the population. The Terracotta Museum preserves and displays the rich cultural heritage that grew from this industry. It is housed in a former pottery ...

Terracotta Museum of Ceramics
Terracota Museu de Ceràmica
Calle Sis d’ Octubre, 99
17100 La Bisbal d’Empordà, Spain

Mining and the making of iron and steel were the principal economic activities from in Asturias from the mid-19th century until the closing years of the 20th century. The Museum of the Steel Industry (MUSI) complements the mining museum at El Entrego (MUMI) and uses a variety of modern techniques ...

Asturian Museum of the Steel Industry
Museo de la Siderurgia de Asturias
Ciudad Tecnológica Valnalón C/ Hornos Altos s/n
33930 Langreo, Spain

Legazpi | Spain
Legazpi, 45 km south-west of San Sebastian, is the main town of the Urola-Garaia region. Ironmaking has a long history in the area, but the industry was of particular importance from the mid-nineteenth century until the contraction of the Patricio Echeverria company in the 1970s and 80s which caused ...

Mirandoala Iron Valley
Valle del hierro
Mirandaola Parkea Telleriate auzoa, z/g
20230 Legazpi, Spain

The Lea river begins on the northern slope of the Oiz Mountains and at Lekeitio flows into the Cantabrian Sea. It is a short river, but its hydropower has been used since the 14th century for the operation of forges and mills. Even today, the remains of buildings, barrages and inflow trenches of ...

Lea River's Industrial Landscape with Marierrota Tide Mill
Sendero del Lea | Molino de Marierrota
Lekeitio, Spain

The centre of interpretation of the techniques of navigation at Santa Katalina lighthouse offers the opportunity to experience the feelings of the sailors who, lost at sea, see the light of the lighthouse, which guides them back home. Through technological means, the visitor can learn the basics of ...

Santa Katalina Lighthouse Interpretation Centre
Faro de Santa Catalina
Avenida Santa Katalina, 65
48280 Lekeitio, Spain

The Asturian Maritime Museum in Luanco, opened in 1948, is the oldest museum in Asturias. Its current exhibition is housed in a new building constructed between 1998 and 2001. Four sections present life in and with the sea, shipbuilding and navigation, fishing and fish processing and the (canning) ...

Maritime Museum of Asturias
Museo Marítimo de Asturias
Gijón 6
33440 Luanco, Spain

The Department of Culture and Language Policy of the Basque Government possesses the second largest collection of industrial heritage assets in Spain, housed in the former premises of the Orconera Iron Ore mining company in the Lutxana district of Barakaldo. Those who visit these old industrial ...

Orkonera-Lutxana. Basque Country Industrial Heritage Warehouse
Orkonera-Lutxana, Depósito de Patrimonio Industrial mueble de Euskadi
Andikollano, 33
48903 Lutxana-Barakaldo, Spain

Madrid | Spain
Madrid’s Delicias station was built in 1880, with a 170m X 34m train shed whose wrought-iron construction was based on principles demonstrated at the Paris International Exhibition of 1878.Train services ceased in 1968 and since 1984 it has served to house Madrid's railway museum which has one of ...

Railway Museum Madrid
Museo del Ferrocarril de Madrid
Paseo de la Delicias 61
28045 Madrid, Spain

Manlleu | Spain
The museum is about the industrial history and biodiversity of the River Ter, which runs through the town of Manlleu north of Barcelona. It occupies the three-storey Sanglas cotton factory, built in 1841. It is near the eastern end of the Passeig del Ter on the riverside. Many textile factories used ...

The Ter Museum
Museu del Ter
Plaça de les Dones del Ter 1
08560 Manlleu, Spain

The museum occupies the Dipòsits Vells (Old Cisterns) which collected and stored 12,000 m3 of water from the Sèquia canal and which were built by the civil engineer Marià Potó between 1861 and 1865. Nowadays, the museum has two permanent exhibitions spaces. The Sèquia and water: This exhibit ...

Manresa Museum of Water and Textile
Museu de l'Aigua i el Tèxtil de Manresa
Carretera de Santpedor, 55
08242 Manresa, Spain

The Marfà knitted textile factory at Mataró on the coast east of Barcelona was built in 1880-1 by Gaietà Marfà i Baladia, who came from a local family of hosiers. It integrated all the processes from spinning to dressmaking. With 22 sets of circular looms and two steam engines, the factory employed ...

Can Marfà Knit Fabric: Museum of Mataró
Can Marfà Gènere de Punt: Museu de Mataró
Passatge de Can Marfà, 1
08301 Mataró, Spain

Meliana | Spain
The municipality of Meliana is located about 7 km north of Valencia. It is known for the Nolla mosaics. In 1860, the industrialist Miguel Nolla Bruixet built a factory to produce mosaics, using a new production technology from England. The coloured stoneware of high technical quality and resistance ...

Nolla Mosaic Route
Ruta mosaico Nolla
Information: Ajuntament de Meliana, Plaza Mayor, 1
46133 Meliana, Spain

Móra la Nova | Spain
The train repair workshop in Móra la Nova began operating in 1891 and continued until the late 1970s, when steam locomotives were replaced by electric trains. Until then it was an important location for changing locomotives and crews on the 633-km journey between Barcelona and Madrid. In 1958, ...

Railway Museum at Móra la Nova
Museu del Ferrocarril a Móra la Nova
Estació Renfe
43770 Móra la Nova, Spain

Muskiz | Spain
El Pobal Ironworks, a 500 years old foundry, is the only of all the ancient foundries located in the Basque Country that has preserved part of the original mechanisms and installations. This hydraulic and preindustrial complex includes a watermill dated back to the XVIIth Century, a palace and the ...

El Pobal Ironworks
Ferrería de El Pobal
48550 Muskiz, Spain

Navelgas | Spain
Although today gold is still being mined using industrial methods (in both Bueinás/Boinás, council of Belmonte de Miranda and in Carlés, council of Salas), the sport of gold panning is becoming increasingly popular in the streams in the west of the region. The historical aspects of this activity are ...

Asturian Gold Museum
MOA Museo del Oro de Asturias
Barrio San Nicolás
33873 Navelgas, Spain

Oiartzun | Spain
The mining galleries of Arditurri are one of the few which have been worked continuously for 2000 years. At present times, the surroundings of the mining land have been recovered after more than 20 years of inactivity since the Real Compañía Asturiana de Minas gave up working the wealthy mines of ...

Arditurri Mine Land
Arditurriko meazuloak
Arditurri Bidea, 3
20180 Oiartzun, Spain