Beamish, The North of England Open Air Museum is an open air museum located in the town of Stanley, County Durham, England. Beamish tries to show what life was like in a typical northern town in the early 20th century — much of the restoration and interpretation is specific to 1913. Aside from the main town however there is also the manor house and the railway which are based on 1825.
The Town represents a typical North Eastern market town in the years leading up to the First World War.
|The Beamish Tramway - Trams operate regular service throughout the day. |
The last tram from The Town is at 4.00 pm
|School Children dressing in old English costumes touring The Beamish Town.|
|The early Newspaper Co.- The North & South Shields Gazzette|
Watch the old equipments used......
|Dotter & hubby posing with the Co' staff|
|My sister Ruby infront of The Masonic Hall|
|Old Coins on display|
|BARCLAYS BANK OFFICE|
|OLD SAFETY BOX|
|BARCLAYS BANK underground Safety Room - |
It's quite dark & eerie down here
|My hubby taking a snap in front of BARCLAYS BANK Building|
|Pretty yellow flowers which still survive the cold autumn .|
Revensworth Terrace - exhibits the life & style of the English Folks 100 years ago
An English Garden
|The Dressing Table & the bed were similar to the ones that we used when we were young...|
Notice the wooden chest on the floor ...I wish I could have it ...hehehe
|White bed linen on 4 post bed - very typical English style .|
|These two wooden barrels caught my sister's attention . |
Something like ' Little House on the Prairie' ,
the TV series that we loved v much those days .