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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

George Stephenson Monument Newcastle


George Stephenson Monument, Newcastle.

The monument stands near Newcastle's Central Station and was designed by local sculpture John Graham Lough & unvieled in 1862 .
This memorial shows George Stephenson "The Father of the Railways" with an engineering plan in his hand.
The four characters shown near the base of the statue represent an engineer, a blacksmith, a miner with a safety lamp (another Stephenson design) and a plate layer with the type of rail also invented by Stephenson.
Further photos of the history of George and Robert Stephenson.
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Sunday, April 02, 2017

Stephenson Railway Museum North Shields


Stephenson Railway Museum, North Shields. 

The Stephenson Railway Museum was created in honour of George Stephenson, a son of Tyneside and the "Father of the Railways".
To see further photos of the history of George and Robert Stephenson please click here.
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Sunday, October 23, 2016

Beamish Open Air Museum County Durham


Beamish Open Air Museum, County Durham.

The Beamish museum is a living museum and contains a rebuilt 1900's town and pit village with a coal mine.
There are working trams and vintage buses to transport visitors around the museum.
Also on the site is a working 1940's farm,1820's Waggonway and a railway station with steam trains.
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