Discover the Heritage & Education Centre's unique collections, from over 1.1 million digitised documents from our archive to our library catalogue of over 60,000 items. Research awaits...
The Lloyds's Register Foundation Heritage & Education Centre publishes original content from a variety of authors on our website through our stiries portal.
Read blogs providing an update on our projects and resources.
Hindsight Perspectives Micro-Intern, Grant Sieboldt, comments on the possibilities offered by wind power in contemporary shipping.
Hindsight Perspectives Micro-Intern, Jonathan Huggett, explores the evolution of ports has been shaped by global missions.
Hindsight Perspectives Micro-Intern, Beatriz Sanchez, explores the past and present of fuel transitions.
From maps and charts to navigational instruments, women have played an integral role
Micro-intern Sophia explores the rivalry between the clippers Cutty Sark and Thermopylae.
Florence Bradshaw from Max Communications discusses how she has found digitising our collection from home.
Guest blog writer Meilyr Powel, from the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, discusses how our records have aided research on Welsh shipwrecks.
A new project to link the Casualty Returns and the National Monuments Record of Wales.
The Navy Records Society visited us in November 2019. Naval and maritime history blogger Kate Jamieson, who helped organise the visit, has written about the day.
Discover our work with the RNLI, committing over £2 million to the training of crew members since 2007
In July 2018, the Heritage and Education Centre welcomed Dermot Fowler to the team for work experience. He wrote about his favourite thing!
In July 2018, the Heritage and Education Centre welcomed Misha Ansell to the team for her work experience week. She wrote about her favourite thing!