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Visited Beamish yesterday; great day out, excuse the date and time stamp.

Posted for your enjoyment and comments; please feel free to put a link to the pictures here, e.g. there are some great great cobbles and linoleum, plenty of stoves.

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The big drum in the back of the sweet shop is very like the ones used at Bassetts (#PictureSheffield link required)

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Great photos Richard.

We've been a few times now. 1st time was years ago, not long after it opened. It's great to keep going back and seeing how it's growing over the years.

Am I right in saying there are a couple of Sheffield Trams there?

Also - something in the back of my mind tells me that one of the re-constructed buildings or maybe one of the displays (could be the chemists) came from Sheffield. Might be my imagination.

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Great photos Richard.

We've been a few times now. 1st time was years ago, not long after it opened. It's great to keep going back and seeing how it's growing over the years.

Am I right in saying there are a couple of Sheffield Trams there?

Also - something in the back of my mind tells me that one of the re-constructed buildings or maybe one of the displays (could be the chemists) came from Sheffield. Might be my imagination.

Looks like there is a least one

http://www.beamish.org.uk/About-the-museum...eamish-(1).aspx

and at one time Tram no 513 was there but seems to have gone to Blackpool

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