Links to other groups and societies with similar interests.

Industrial Heritage Online – Recording and Communicating Our Industrial Heritage

East Clevelands Industrial Heartland – A Heritage Lottery Funded project to discover, catalogue, promote and conserve the industrial heritage between Skelton and Guisborough.

Cleveland Mining Heritage Society – Our interests cover ironstone and lead mines, alum quarries, jet and cement workings, whinstone mines; generally industrial archaeology with a desire to find out more about these mineral extraction activities and to record and publish our findings where possible.

Cleveland & Teesside Local History Society – The Society, which was formed in 1968, takes an active part in promoting interest in all aspects of local history concerning Cleveland and Teesside.

Whitby Lit & Phil – The Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society was founded in 1823 by a group of leading Whitby citizens led by the Rev. George Young

Hidden Teesside  – This website aims to record places of interest in the Teesside / Cleveland / North Yorkshire area that generally never make it to the pages of the normal tourist guides.

Tees Archaeology – Tees Archaeology provides archaeological services to the people and local authorities of Hartlepool and Stockton-on-Tees and operates throughout the Tees Valley.

Land of Iron – 150 years ago many parts of the North York Moors looked very different to the present day – the valleys and hills were filled with fire, smoke and noise as they helped fuel the industrial revolution.

River Tees Rediscovered – Reconnecting the people of the Tees Valley through the engaging story of the River Tees as a feature that has helped mould our entire culture.

The Mills Archive – We preserve and protect records of our milling heritage

Graces Guide – is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in the UK.