HMS Caroline during the First World War

Industrial, maritime and transport

Industrial, maritime and transport

HMS Caroline

This project supported the transformation of HMS Caroline into a high-quality visitor attraction that tells the story of life on board the ship in times of war and peace.

Waterway Heritage Skills

The Canal & River Trust’s Waterways Heritage Skills Project created a pool of committed and skilled young people in waterway heritage skills, filling skills gaps within the Trust’s own workforce and the wider heritage sector.

Nomadic & Hamilton Dock Development

SS Nomadic, the tender vessel to the Titanic and the last remaining White Star Line ship in the world, was restored and opened as a visitor attraction in the Titanic Quarter in Belfast.

The Right Track

The Right Track allowed young people to come together in a range of exciting outdoor activities whilst exploring the importance of railway and mining heritage in the North East.

Mary Rose Museum Project

A new museum for the Mary Rose has been built at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, forming an important part of the major regional tourist attraction.

Cutty Sark Conservation Project

The Cutty Sark conservation project has helped to save one of the world’s last surviving tea clippers and provided generations to come with a new way to engage with the ship and explore her history.