Archiving Industry, created in 2008, currently welcomes more seventy thousand visitors annually. The site replaced ‘’, which attempted to continue industrial-heritage conservation work begun in the University of Brighton in 2000. This was subsequently expanded to include studies of the engine indicator; the French-made Éolienne Bollée; the German cutlery, razor and toolmaking industries; and small firearms.

In its earliest stages, the indicator website was supported by the British Engineerium. Unfortunately, the closure of the Engineerium in December 2005 (and its subsequent sale) left a void that had proved difficult to fill until the Canadian Museum of Making very generously came to the rescue late in 2006.

Details of our sponsors and supporters will be found on the next page. To enter the site, please simply click the illustration (above).

Additional details of publications can be obtained by e-mailing