Manufactured gas was once an important industry, providing power, light and heat for towns and cities. But the industry declined and today the remnants of this proud industrial heritage are the wonderful gasholders, now themselves rapidl
With many cities in northeastern China－once the heart of the nation's heavy industries－vying to upgrade their key sectors to keep pace with the ongoing structural reforms, Fuxin in Liaoning province is being remoulded as a mining-themed tourist spot.
The National Museum of Industrial History (NMIH), located on Bethlehem’s Southside, is a must-see for locals and tourists alike. Housed in the 100-year-old former Bethlehem Steel factory, the museum first opened its doors this past August after 18 years in the making. Through thought-provoking and interactive exhibits, the museum invites guests of all ages to participate in learning more about the United States’ rich, industrial heritage.
It’s January and every hotel in Ostrava is fully booked. So what’s pulling the crowd to a city that many Czechs wouldn’t visit for free? The answer is simple: Ostrava is playing host to the European Championship in Figure Skating. Join Radio Prague on a trip to the city with a bad reputation.
Exploring the use of artificial light and light-based technologies at industrial heritage sites in the Ruhr region ‘Lighting the Ruhr’ explores the use of artificial light and light-based technologies at industrial heritage sites in the Ruhr region of Germany. Led by Hilary Orange, the project is based at the Institute for Social Movements, Ruhr Universität…
If she were writing The Death And Life Of Great American Cities today, Jane Jacobs might include 401 Richmond as an example of new ways of working that are transforming Toronto's former factories into sites of post-industrial innovation.
#HeritageTreasures There is nothing more invisible to the human eye than an industrial building. The remarkable thing about industrial heritage is that one does not notice it, because familiarity and its sheer longevity with the everyday erodes away the curiosity of the passers-by. Industrial buildings are Architecture parlante (“speaking architecture”) it needs someone…
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