Institution of Mechanical Engineers Archive: The IMechE makes available its archive collections to all those with an interest in engineering history. Collection strengths reflect the Institution’s interests in railway engineering, manufacturing, powerplant development, the automobile and all general mechanical disciplines.
LSE archives: The LSE archives cover modern British political, economic and social history, the history of the social sciences with particular reference to economics and social anthropology, and the history of the London School of Economics & Political Science.
National Archives: The National Archives, which covers England, Wales and the United Kingdom, was formed in April 2003 by bringing together the Public Record Office and the Historical Manuscripts Commission. It is responsible for looking after the records of central government and the courts of law, and making sure everyone can look at them. The collection is one of the largest in the world and spans an unbroken period from the 11th century to the present day.
Royal Institution of Great Britain: The Royal Institution of Great Britain has been at the centre of scientific research and the popularisation of science in England. Its collections comprise original scientific apparatus, archives, portraits and furniture.
Wellcome Library Archives and Manuscripts: The Wellcome Library holds rich collections of both western and oriental documents on historical figures and the records of organizations involved in medical science and healthcare.