The Society aims to advance education of the public in the subject of industrial archaeology.
We are interested in:
› Developing a greater understanding of the industrial archaeology of the Manchester region.
› Recording, interpreting and where possible preserving the physical remains of industrial artefacts and sites in their social, cultural and historical contexts.
› Promotion and research into the industrial archaeology of the Manchester region of England.
Our passions are the history of industry, technology and transport.
2014 Committee: Neil Davies, Gordon Browne, Peter Bone, Tony Wright, Steve Rhodes, Richard Pink, Walter Payne and David George.
Recent publications; 'Starting the North Western Museum of Science and Industry' / 'The Mersey & Irwell Navigation' / 'Aspects of the Manchester & Salford Junction Canal'
'Thomas Hoyle & Sons Ltd' / 'Aspects of John Ashbury and the History and Industrial Archaeology of the Ashbury Railway Carriage and Iron Company,
Manchester, a Short Illustrated History' / 'A Short Fully Illustrated History of Mayfield Railway Station'