The inventor James Watt will be one of the topics under discussion at “Celebrating Scotland’s Industrial Heritage” – a one-day conference at the Engine Shed in Stirling.
Speakers from across the heritage sector will talk about how they became involved with industrial heritage, why it is so important to Scotland, the extent of its global reach, and why it is such a crucial part of our future.
The programme includes industrial historians and engineers, and speakers from our industrial museums, business archives, universities, the National Trust for Scotland, and from Historic Environment Scotland.
Download the programme here (PDF)
Read a blog about the conference, and what makes makes Scotland’s industrial heritage so special.
The event is designed to appeal to a wide audience, ranging from professionals to anyone interested in finding out more about our extraordinary industrial past. All are welcome.
Tickets are priced at £36 each for Historic Scotland members and £40 for non-members.
Book tickets and get more information on the Historic Environment Scotland website.