Coventry history and heritage
A huge collection of thousands of Coventry Archive images plus many more.
Archive photographs of Coventry set against a map, so the city's development over the years can be seen visually.
Coventry Corporation Transport
A website dedicated to the memory of Coventry Corporation Transport (CCT), which existed between 1912 and 1974, and has been created to formalise the memories that have evolved over time.
Some of the cinemas that once existed in Coventry are listed, along with details and photos of many.
The Society promote the environment, high standards of planning, high quality public amenities and harmonious relations among the community, as well as trying to preserve and promote Coventry's heritage and history.
Coventry And District Archaeological Society
CADAS have been promoting archaeology in the Coventry area since 1965. If you live near Coventry, and have always wanted to take part in a dig, then by joining CADAS you can do just that.
The Herbert Art Gallery
The official site for Coventry's premier art gallery and museum, with up to date information on events and exhibitions as well as features on archaeology, natural history and more.
The Coventry Watch Museum Project
...consists of a group of people, many of whom were born and bred in Coventry, who are seeking to inform people about the history of watchmaking which was so important to the industrial development of the city.
Museum of British Road Transport
Coventry's world famous Transport Museum online. Here, you can find out more about the fascinating items in the museum as well as viewing many fine historic photographs of classic cars and bikes.
Telephone Works, GEC, Coventry
A pictorial record of the development of the premises latterly known as New Century Park in Coventry, but which for most of its life was known as Telephone Works, the head office of GEC Telecommunications.
London Road Cemetery
A website dedicated to the beautiful London Road Cemetery, giving an overall picture of everything within, including trees buildings and some of the famous and not so famous people buried here.
The Coventry We Have Lost
A site dedicated to older photographic images of Coventry and the photographers who took them, illustrating the city centre and suburbs in a way that modern visitors or even resident might find surprising.
Growing up in Coventry 1913-1939
Vera Christina Davenport (nee Barnwell) was born in Coventry in 1913 and died in London in 2007. The contents of this website are based on interviews conducted by her son, during Christmas 1995 and shortly thereafter.