Online Exhibitions & Stories

Online Exhibitions & Stories

Explore the fascinating heritage of Lloyd's Register through our engaging online exhibitions and stories.

The story of the infamous Dr Crippen and his attempt to escape

Miscreants, Murder and the Montrose
History

The resources held by the Lloyd's Register Foundation Heritage & Education Centre (HEC) provide valuable information for researchers and organisations. A recent project with the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales has made use of LRFHEC's Casualty Returns to enhance their database of Welsh shipwrecks.

Enhancing Welsh Shipwreck Records
History

A sneak peek at some of the unique shipwrecks found within the archive

Wrecks from the Archive
History

This guest online exhibition is by the Lloyd's Register Foundation Thomas Chapman Scholars Peter Phillipson and Sam Wright. They are PhD students at the Blaydes Maritime Centre, University of Hull.

The Hull Connection
History

Ships have been an integral part of helping countries come together to play sport from the Olympics to Baseball. This exhibition explores those stories and the ships that made it possible.

Sport Around the World
Sport

The Heritage & Education Centre is embarking on an ambitious three-year digitisation project to open access to its unique Ship Plan and Survey Report collection. Discover the journey of digitisation, from paper document to its transformation to the digital domain.

From Woolwich to the Web: The Journey of Digitisation
Digital

The life of a local surveyor in a changing port.

Our Man in Leith
History

A look at Club Football’s relationship with ships.

Yards, Yellow Cards and Shipyards
Sport

It all started with a cup of coffee.

The Lloyd's Register Origin Story
History