A Visit to Beamish Museum
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30 Sep 2017 04:23 PM  

 A recent visit to The Beamish Museum. Well worth visiting if your in the area. 

 

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01 Oct 2017 11:10 AM  
Don't recall seeing those fences "enamelled" before Bacco - whereabouts are they?

Apart from MacAlpines place Beamish have perhaps the best public assemblage of enamel signs - AND with an emphasis, mostly, on top condition…. the entranceway is just jaw droopingly amazing.
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01 Oct 2017 02:34 PM  

 Hi Alan,

The enamels on the fence are either side of the ice-cream shop on outskirts of the 1900s Town. They do have some vey nice enamels in the entrance area but sadly my camera batteries died. Beamish, have now received funding to expand and I believe are going to build a 1950s Town.

Have posted a few more pictures.

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20 Nov 2017 11:30 AM  
that cws candles showcard is a cracker
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