These other resources and databases are provided by external organisations related to mills, milling or industrial heritage worldwide.
The Mills Archive is not responsible for the maintenance of these resources or the accuracy of the information that they contain. If the website is in a foreign language, Google may offer a translation. Please let us know if any of the links cease to function.
|Association for Industrial Archaeology||The AIA promotes the study, preservation and presentation of Britain's industrial heritage.|
|Cleveland Industrial Archaeology Society|
|I A Recordings Video Archive||I A Recordings is dedicated to recording past and present industry using high definition video and photography. They have a number of films and recordings about mills and industries that were powered by them.|
|National Trust||The National Trust owns a number of windmills and watermills. The windmills include each of the three types of post, smock, and tower mill. The Trust also has examples of waterpowered factories, such as Quarry Bank.|
|Scottish Printing Archival Trust||Includes a list of archives which have survived for a number of papermaking firms, and gives some idea of the geographical spread of the industry throughout Scotland:|