Postcard from England #2, Blists Hill Victorian Town


Blists Hill is an open air museum representing a Victorian town, recreated and opened in 1973. Previously a thriving industrial area in the 1800s and 1900s with brickworks, blast furnaces, tile works and a clay mine, it has been created from existing buildings, replica buildings, and actual buildings moved from elsewhere. Full write up and review with photos to follow.

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Apothecary and Steam Engine Room

 

4 thoughts on “Postcard from England #2, Blists Hill Victorian Town

        1. May be a few weeks away, three more posts on our Industrial trip followed by a few weeks rest. South Coast next possibly. Grateful for your interest Darlene 🙏🕉👫

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