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Crompton's Mule
Strutt's North Mill, Belper
In 1780 Samuel Crompton disclosed the details of his spinning machine known now as the Mule. He was promised payments from manufactorers who used it but he never got them. The... more
Museum
The 'Deluge'- The Governor's Toilet
Old Treasury Building
This elaborately decorated toilet is said to have been for the exclusive use of the Governor. Originally the Old Treasury Building had no internal plumbing. Toilets were... more
Museum
Ice Well
London Canal Museum
This ice well, one of two in this warehouse, was built in around 1863 to store imported ice from Norway. However, by 1904, technological developments and the decline of the... more  
Museum
Barrel Ramp
London Canal Museum
This barrel ramp consists of two pieces of timber. On each piece one end is rounded off, whilst the other comes to a flattened point which has a metal plate over it. This hooks... more
Museum
Bantam IV Tug
London Canal Museum
The London Canal Museum received this number IV of the Bantam class tug boat in 1994. This boat was completed in 1950 by E. C. Jones and Sons of Brentford, and was used for... more  
Museum
Cotswold Motor Museum
Gloucestershire Revealed
Admission £4.50, £3.20 children (4-16 years), £13.99 family. Children under 4 free Group discounts Allow 1 hr for a visit Open early Feb - early Dec daily 10am - 6pm... more
Museum
Tours of the Cathedral and medieval Bridge Chapel
Derby Cathedral
Contact us for details of trips which might include the Tower, the Treasury, The Embroidery Workshop, as well as talks by our experienced guides in bot the Cathedral and nearby... more 
Religious Site
Bronze age axe
OOKL
People first began to use metal in Britain around 4300 years ago in the what we now call the Bronze Age. Easily produced metals such as copper were the first to be used whilst... more 
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Celebratory Lunch Menu 800th Anniversary Torre ...
Torre Abbey
A blue 2 page card menu for a celebratory lunch to mark the 800th Anniversary of the foundation of Torre Abbey. Organised by Friends of Torre Abbey. (31cmx 14.8cm) more
Historic House
Christmas Card from Mayor of Torbay
Torre Abbey
Christmas Card from Mayor of Torbay to Torre Abbey. Depicting colour photogtaph of Torre Abbey in the winter snow (11.3cmx15.5cm). more
Historic House
 
 
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