A 19th-century engineering achievement; an elegant structure that still functions to carry a canal high above the ground.
Remains of a silver mining community that operated for centuries, important in international trade.
A 360-km canal plus locks, tunnels and bridges: a 17th-century feat of engineering.
The largest and most powerful steam-driven pumping station ever built.
A region visibly shaped by its long-standing slate quarry industry.
Two locations that exemplify the historical process of salt production and industrial architecture.
A series of early cotton mills that represent the birth of the factory system at the start of the Industrial Revolution.
Remains of a copper mining area that influenced the mining industry worldwide.
A canal built to help defend Canada from American attacks, now an urban recreational zone in summer and winter.