The only comprehensive guide to Britain's transport and industrial heritage
Northern Ireland has some interesting museums, including the rare Patterson's Spade Mill. Railways and transport museums abound too.
The Steam Heritage Guide includes contact details, opening times and description of preservation and heritage attractions.
Tel: 0845 608 0000.
176 acre site incorporates both transport and folk exhibits. Transport exhibitions include: The Irish Road Transport Collection, the Irish Railway Collection…
751 Antrim Road,
Tel: 028 9443 3619.
Last water-powered spade mill in Ireland, founded in 1919. All original equipment in working order. Spade making demonstrations.
1 Olympic Way,
Queen's Road, Titanic Quarter,
Tel: 028 9076 6386 .
Inside this iconic building, visitors will re-live the entire Titanic story from her birth in Belfast to the fateful maiden voyage and her eventual discovery…
NI Science Park, Queen's Road ,
Tel: 028 9073 7813.
The dry dock where 'Titanic' was on the eve of her fateful voyage in April 1912. Tour the massive pumps that drained the dock in only 100 minutes as well…
5 Darling Street,
Tel: 028 6632 7488.
Take a remarkable journey into the past bringing the golden age of the railway vividly to life. Start a journey of discovery at the reconstructed Railway…
Giants Causeway Station,
Tel: 028 2073 2844.
3ft gauge heritage steam railway, two miles in length, laid on the route of the former Giant’s Causeway tramway. Two steam and one diesel locomotives…
231 Belfast Road,
Tel: 028 9048 5030.
250 year old building houses a family run Coffee House and Gift Shop. It has one of the largest waterwheels in Ireland – 32ft diameter, dating from 1850…
Four Road Ends ,
62 Upper Gransha Road,
Tel: 028 9147 3948 .
7¼in. gauge 1.5km. Has steep gradients, embankments & cuttings as well as two bridges, twin track tunnel & a level crossing. Four steam locos plus others.
Tel: 028 4461 5779.
Nestling under the shadow of the picturesque Down Cathedral, the railway currently operates through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty over approximately…
44 Irish Quarter West,
Tel: 028 9336 9575 .
Ireland's sole surviving coal gasworks and is one of only three left in the British Isles. Opened in 1855, it supplied Carrickfergus with gas until 1965…
Museum & Civic Centre,
11 Antrim Street,
Tel: 028 9335 8241.
The finds on display provide a remarkable glimpse into life in the town from the Medieval period to more recent times. The displays reflect the experiences…