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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.
Micro-intern Sophia explores the rivalry between the clippers Cutty Sark and Thermopylae.
Collections Assistant Megan and Digital Engagement Officer Sarah discuss the fascinating, but rather forgotten, art of figurehead carving.
The third installment in a blog series on cataloguing foreign language archival material.
Florence Bradshaw from Max Communications discusses how she has found digitising our collection from home.
The second installment in a blog series on cataloguing foreign language archival material.
The first installment in a blog series on cataloguing foreign language archival material.
Digital Engagement Manager Sean Clemenson delves into the history of one of Lloyd's Register's most peculiar publications.
Find out more about Sarah's favourite thing.
Find out more about Megan's favourite thing.
A Guest Blog from University of Oxford Micro-Intern Laura Hurford
A Guest Blog from our University of Oxford Micro-Intern Hamish Low.
A Guest Blog from University of Oxford Micro-Intern James Derham
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.
Curator of Maritime History & Heritage, Barbara Jones, provides a fascinating history on the often clandestine world of pirate radio stations.
A new project to link the Casualty Returns and the National Monuments Record of Wales.
Find out about freeboard, load lines and reserve buoyancy
While the Heritage & Education Centre undergoes a radical transformation over the next few months, learn more about an unlikely 101-year-old treasure that floated to the surface last week.
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.
A Defence of a Maligned and Forgotten Storage System.
Heritage Open Day Quizzes