Heritage Council

Content

Recording & Conserving Ireland's Industrial Heritage (2002)

The remains of our industrial past can be seen throughout the country: bridges, canals, railways and stores still in use, all bear testimony to the work of past generations. However, there are other signs too — derelict buildings, rusting machinery, lone chimneys marking the sites of once-thriving industries. The Heritage Council is conscious of this often-neglected part of our heritage, and in this publication seeks to raise awareness of what we have as well as giving simple guidance as to how to record and conserve it.

View Recording & Conserving Ireland's Industrial Heritage [pdf 7.5mb].