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The Centre's digital resources provide a unique resource portal perfect for researchers from multiple disciplines; from maritime historians to economists.
Digitised historic editions of the Lloyd's Register of Ships, including the oldest surviving Register Book from 1764.
Statistical tables dating fom 1878 until 2000 that provide an analysis of the world's merchant fleets.
The Casualty Returns, or Wreck Returns as they are sometimes referred to, record the total losses of vessels worldwide within incremental periods.
The Lists of Surveyors, first published in 1834, contain the names of surveyors of Lloyd’s Register and the ports to which they were appointed.
Lloyd's Register surveyor Charles Jordan's historical personal map of the dry docks on the River Thames.
The Heritage & Education Centre publishes a number of information sheets provided for public benefit. These cover a variety of topics.