Charles Burrell Museum :: Shared Description

The Charles Burrell Museum is a museum in Thetford in Norfolk dedicated to steam power and steam transport.

The museum opened in 1991 in the former Paint Shop of Charles Burrell & Sons, which is grade II listed LinkExternal link , on Minstergate. The collections tell the stories of the Charles Burrell Works, a company which at one time employed 350 people who worked there until business closed in 1928, and the steam-powered engines they produced and which sold around the world. Displays include a Charles Burrell and Sons Ltd steam roller, traction engine and a Showmans Road Locomotive, parts of Burrell engines, factory machinery, agricultural equipment and items linked to the Burrell Family.
by N Chadwick
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Created: Sun, 16 Jul 2017, Updated: Sun, 16 Jul 2017

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