Salford Digital Archives
Find something new today. From photos to literary manuscripts, Salford Digital Archives provides access to a wide selection of unique original material for you to explore. We are growing our content offer, always looking for new opportunities to work in partnership to surface and bring rare and otherwise hidden archive content to new audiences online.
Worsley New Hall
Discover a wonderful array of artifacts relating to the Hall.
Mike Craig Archive
Mike Craig wrote sketches for some of the greats of British comedy.
University Photographic Collection
Photographs covering the changing times at the University.
Bridgewater Department Photographic Collection
Get an insight into the workings of the Bridgewater Canal during the first half of the 20th century.
These photographs offer a glimpse into the heritage and engineering of England's first true canal and are a valuable resource for both business and researchers.”
Working Class Movement Library Collection
A range of digitised photographs from circa 1910 to 1980.
Richard Badnall Papers
Letters and documents about the invention of an undulating railway between 1832 and 1836.
Brass Band News
A unique and unrivalled resource for the history of brass bands and brass banding activities across the United Kingdom between 1881 and 1958.
Stanley Houghton Collection
Hindle Wakes was controversial for its portrayal of a mill girl who chooses independence rather than marriage to the mill owner's son who has made her pregnant.
University Audio-Visual Collection
Footage from events at the University filmed between 1950 and 2000.
University estate plans and drawings
A curated collection of plans and architectural drawings relating to the University of Salford and its precursor, the Royal College of Advanced Technology, dating from c1950 to 1976.
Students' Union Archive
The Archive reveals what's been occupying our students' minds throughout the years.