- The Cable Center
The mission of The Cable Center (www.cablecenter.org) is to provide high-quality information and education services to its constituents with unwavering intellectual integrity. The Center’s constituent groups are the cable industry, the education community and the general public. The Center, which opened its Denver headquarters in 2002, is also dedicated to conserving and displaying the business, history, technology, programming and leaders of the cable industry, and to highlighting the industry’s future role in the ongoing advances of telecommunications. The institution is comprised of five core components: The Magness Institute, The Programming Institute, The Barco Library, The Web site and The Demonstration Academy and Technology Museum.
Cruquius Pumping Museum Home Page
Exhibition about the drainage of the Dutch Haarlemmermeer Polder. It has the largest single steam cylinder of the world and several other steam pumping engines. On the site is an instructive animation about the working of the big Cornish Steam Engine.
McLean Mill National Historic Site
Selected as a National Historic Site for its significance to the logging and sawmilling industry. Exhibit themes include sawmilling, family labor, and transportation.
Horology -The Index ( Clock Watch and Time Museums) A worldwide list
Horology - The Index is a comprehensive global listing of websites and internet resources dealing with clocks, watches, timekeeping and timekeepers. This page describes horological museums worldwide and has links to them.. The Index contains a logical, hierarchical listing of subjects and chapters, spread over about 200 pages, containing about 3000 links to URLs.
The Obsolete Computer Museum
Visit my collection of personal computers from 1976 to the present. On display is Apple II, IIe, Apple III, Mac SE/30, Mac Classic II and TRS-80 to name a few. Also the homebrew EDCAM.
Kentucky Coal Mining Museum
Offers a picture of the lives that revolve around the coal industry.