The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage
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The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage, usually known by its acronym TICCIH is an international society dedicated to the study of industrial archaeology and the protection, promotion and interpretation of the industrial heritage. It is ICOMOS' scientific committee for industrial heritage. Its period of interest extends forward from the start of the Industrial Revolution and generally includes the material and documentary remains of manufacturing and extractive industry, transport and public service infrastructure. Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of industrial archaeology, it draws in enthusiasts and professionals from many fields. It is organized through a Board and President who are chosen by the National Representatives of the various national committees or associated societies.