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Beamish Museum

Beamish Museum is an open-air museum located at Beamish, near the town of Stanley in County Durham. The museum's guiding principle is to preserve an example of everyday life in urban and rural North-East England at the climax of industrialisation in the early 20th century.

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by Andrew Curtis

Created: Wed, 6 Jul 2011, Updated: Fri, 8 Jul 2011

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NZ2154 : Mahogany Drift Mine by Ashley Dace
NZ2154 : Beamish Signal box by Ashley Dace
NZ2154 : Front Street by DS Pugh
NZ2254 : Beamish - Pockerley 1820s Farmhouse kitchen by Rob Farrow
NZ2254 : Beamish Early Railway by Ashley Dace
NZ2254 : Road and tramlines near Pockerley by DS Pugh
NZ2154 : Davy's Fried Fish by DS Pugh
NZ2155 : Rowley Station Weighbridge by Ashley Dace
NZ2154 : Men or Coal? by David P Howard
NZ2154 : 1950s street and passing tram by DS Pugh
NZ2254 : St. Helen's Church by DS Pugh
NZ2154 : Joseph Evans and Sons Steam Pump by Ashley Dace
NZ2154 : Large Excavator at Beamish by Ashley Dace
NZ2154 : Beamish - A tram passes the Sun Inn by Rob Farrow
NZ2154 : Rowley Station Goods Shed by Ashley Dace
NZ2154 : Entrance tram stop by DS Pugh
NZ2154 : Moving the trolley by Stephen Craven
NZ2154 : Towards the pit village by DS Pugh
NZ2154 : Small Steam Engine by Ashley Dace
NZ2154 : The Engine Shed at Beamish Museum by David P Howard
NZ2154 : Beamish Colliery Yard by Ashley Dace
NZ2254 : Vegetable Garden, Pockerley Old Hall, Beamish Museum by Andrew Curtis
NZ2154 : Y7 68088 at Beamish by Ashley Dace
NZ2254 : Entrance building, Beamish Open Air Museum by Andrew Curtis
NZ2154 : Beamish Colliery Boilery House by Ashley Dace

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