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RAILWAY FUN DAYS

 

THURSDAY 25TH & FRIDAY 26TH JULY 2013

11.00 a.m. to 4p.m each day

 

  • Model making – Semaphore signals – all materials provided

  • Messy play – create mono-prints of railway engines (Friday only)

  • Railway trail – can you solve the puzzle?

  • Stories – favorites such as the Railway Children as well as new stories by a local author

  • Exhibition of Robert Stephenson engineer

£5 entry for adults, accompanied children FREE

 

 

The Hearth Arts Centre, Main Road, Horsley, NE15 0NT www.thehearth.co.uk

©The Hearth 2011-2013 | The Hearth is the trading name of The Hearth Centre (Horsley) Ltd; a company limited by guarantee, registered in England 4929060, and a registered charity 1106143

 
Posted By Robert. Stephenson

The nearest loco and the two at the back are new London docks 0-6-0sts - the lovely odd ones that look like stretched 0-4-0sts - extra wheels in the middle. The second loco is an old long boiler type. The third one is the same type as the Victoria Garesfield engines; is she a new one? Looks like the painters had to work in the erecting shop - not easycirca 1900

 
Posted By Robert. Stephenson

Robert Stephensons South Street, Newcastle works in 1902. One of the machining shops with loco connecting rods in the foreground. The two men are site managers, Mr Carty & Burr.

A fantastically complex scene, very dangerous with all those unguarded belts etc.

machine shop

 

 

 
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