Terry Pinnegar Photography — PLANET EARTH TRANSPORTATION

Here is my friend Terry driving the bus.

For the benefit of those who don’t know Beamish Museum it is an open-air museum set in 300 acres of rural land in County Durham in North-East England. Within the museum are reconstructed buildings drawn from the surrounding areas, showing life in Georgian 1825 (at Pockerley Manor and the waggonway), Victorian 1870’s (at Home Farm) and in post-Edwardian 1913 (in the rest of the museum). A working tramway, using restored Victorian trams, conveys visitors around the site. Staff are dressed in appropriate costumes and are able to demonstrate to visitors what life was like in these three time slots.
One Man and His Bus!
Fowler Road Locomotive 17106 "Duke of York" Birkenhead 20 - Fully Loaded! 1916 Ford "Model T" Van 1929 Leyland TS2/6 Tiger Rainsoaked Balloon Fowler General Purpose Engine 9055 Ready for the First Outing! Foden Steam Wagon 13218 "Cestria" 1930's Riley Roadster Georgian Railway Carriage "Traveller" Chilled Ale! Aveling and Porter 0-4-0WTG No. 8800 Sir Vincent Aveling & Porter Rail Locomotive 9449 "The Blue Circle" One Man and His Machine

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