The Scottish Industrial Heritage Society (SIHS) is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) dedicated to the protection, preservation, study and appreciation of Scotland’s historic buildings. We bring together people interested in discovering and understanding Scotland’s industrial past. SIHS explores a broad range of industrial heritage; from mills to foundries, heavy engineering to distilling!
We organise seminars, conferences and visits to sites of industrial heritage interest through Scotland. The Society publishes a quarterly magazine covering recent and future activities, as well as short articles on industrial history and heritage
The Society supports the preservation and recording of Scotland’s Industrial past and is affiliated to the Association for Industrial Archaeology.
  • Burns Doo! 17 Feb 2018 in Stirling
    Come, listen and contribute to the latest that's in Industrial Heritage across Scotland. We will be in the Beechwood Scout Hall, Stirling from 11.30 Beechwood Scout Centre, Beechwood, Newhouse, StirlingFK8 2AE From Stirling city centre, follow St. Ninian's Rd. passing Viewforth on the left then the Police HQ on the...
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SIHS Twitter News
The @scotindustria feed keeps up with the latest news, our tweets and retweets mainly relating to industrial heritage in Scotland. The society is not responsible for messages by followers tweeted to or tagging SIHS but hopes that they too will be relevant and interesting.
SIHS Bulletin 79 June 16
SIHS News Bulletin 77
Get Involved
Discover more about Scotland’s industrial heritage and take an active part in its protection and preservation by becoming a member of the SIHS.