A Victorian school in York which the AMS helped to save.
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Historic cow houses complete with stalls.; from one of Dr RW Brunskill's many articles on vernacular architecture in AMS Transactions.
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National Organisations - General Interest

Cadw

Civic Society Initiative

English Heritage

Heritage Link

Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC)

National Trust

The Prince's Regeneration Trust

Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales

SAVE Britain's Heritage

Society of Antiquaries

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain

International Organisations

ICOMOS: International Council on Monuments & Sites UK

ICCROM: International Centre for the Study of the
Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property

INTBAU: International Network for Traditional Buildings, Architecture & Urbanism

World Monuments Fund

National Organisations - Specific Interest (for Church and related see Friends of Friendless Churches)

British Brick Society

Cinema Theatres Association

Construction History Society

Folly Fellowship

Historic Farm Buildings Group

Jewish Heritage UK

Landmark Trust

Mausolea and Monuments Trust

National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies

National Piers Society

The Theatres Trust

Tiles & Architectural Ceramics Society (TACS)

Vernacular Architecture Group

Vivat Trust

Publications

The Burlington Magazine

AMS is interested in buildings of all ages and all types. - including modern interiors such as this.
Whitley Sunday School, West Midlands. AMS tried, unsuccessfully to get it listed.
Fine medieval stone carving. - AMS defends secular and non-secular historic buildings.
A building under scaffolding. awaiting essential repairs which AMS have advised on.
The roof at Beverley Minster, Yorks.hire -  featured in Volume 44 of AMS Transactions.
A medieval shopfront - featured in our lecture series on 'Shops and Shopping'.


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