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James Stockdale 12h
Day 17 of A1 'Tornado' being prepared at Grosmont MPD. The locomotive has three cylinders all regulated by Walschaerts Valve Gear. You can see one of the engine's outside and the casing for the valve spindle above the inside
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Braintree Museum 11h
There are quite a few shapes on this Courtauld loom. Come to the museum to find out more about Braintree's rich textile industry.
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Bawdsey Radar Trust 3h
Day 17 of is this is tricky. Hang on, found it! From last year's birthday celebrations RAF apprentices made this beautiful, cylindrical baton. It was carried round UK & overseas, including to Bawdsey by Gemma & Liam. Special day.
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Clifton Park and Museum 11h
For today's theme of we're looking to the Y&L collection: we've got several WW1 shell casings in our galleries, including some engraved examples of trench art. One of them features our favourite depiction of a tiger. Ever. In all of history. Fact πŸ…
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Tomy the Sheep Jun 15
Day 15 of is ! So of course I had to share our back stairs! These go straight from our basement up to the second floor of the house. They're very small and steep.
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Nicki Collins 12h
these boilers are and they're at in Birmingham which is in a grade 2* listed building 🏊
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KVM Mummy 11h
I want to play too! This cuneiform is from King Nebuchadnezzar's time!
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Chertsey Museum 19h
Day 17: The words "I found this in my garden" uttered by a member of the public walking into the Museum clutching a small bomb, grenade or shell have resulted in the odd call to the Bomb Squad!
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Tomy the Sheep 56m
Day 17 of is ! This little case on our desk is a cylinder and perfectly Tomy-sized. See?
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Jeeves from Reeves 5h
For I chose stove piping that Mr. Reeves made at his steel mill.
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#MuseumsTogether 11h
β€œ...powering the blade...” Day 17 ❀️
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GR Public Museum Jun 16
The GRPM volunteers have fun every day as they share their knowledge and positivity with those who visit the Museum.
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Falklands Museum 5h
It's Day17 of and today it's cylinders! In our Gift Shop we sell these beautiful cylindrical shipwreck pens made by local man, Keith Grimmer. The ones here are made from The Bertha and the St. Mary.
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Tomy the Sheep 4h
Day 16 of is . We're sharing a vintage photo of some of our volunteers! This is from the 1970s when we were first starting out as a historic home. We're still mostly volunteer run today.
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Knighton Museum & Gallery Trust 15h
Part of our C18 fire appliance.
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Nazeea Elahi Jun 14
A seat for the TOP man, Napoleon III . The TALE I tell myself is that it’s a seat for me too, since we have the same initial!
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Wade Jones 6h
This object is called a Puckle Gun, prototype machine gun. Took part in the failed expedition to colonise St Lucia in 1722 to set up sugar plantations. Originally, Bucklers Hard was built to import the sugar, but this never materialised.
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Barnsley Archives Jun 14
"Hats Off To Barnsley" We'll have lots more Mayor's Parade nostalgia as we look forward to this year's parade on 13 July which also coincides with the opening of Library & the Lightbox
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Tomy the Sheep Jun 14
Day 7 of is . We love the very serious faces all these young men on Arvine III's baseball team. They're ready to play!
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Hucknall Flight Test Museum 15h
Day 17: . As we've been celebrating the first Transatlantic flight by Alcock and Brown this week here's a picture of a 12 cylinder engine of the type used on the flight. (Picture: NASM)
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