Saltaire was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2001 as a model industrial village in recognition for its international influence on town planning. Sited in the Aire Valley, the village takes its name from Sir Titus Salt who relocated his business manufacturing fine woollen fabrics made from cashmere and alpaca from the Goitside area of Bradford to Salts Mill. To serve his workers he appointed Bradford architects Lockwood and Mawson to build a village of more than 800 houses, including a Congregationalist church (the grade 1 listed United Reformed Church), hospital, shops, schools, park and Victoria Hall. Its intact buildings and landscape setting (adjacent to the Leeds-Liverpool Canal, River Aire, Midland Railway, Shipley Glen and Hirst Wood), continue to serve as a valuable testbed for our approaches to digital documentation, visualisation and dissemination.