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Black Country Living Museum ( Dudley)
« on: May 13, 2021, 01:15:28 pm »
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Re: Black Country Living Museum ( Dudley)
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2021, 10:21:37 pm »
Our local museum  ;D. The seam of coal running under the Black Country was so wide it was called 'The Thick', but the mines had a nasty habit of flooding. The mine owners didn't mind the loss of life, but it did eat into the profits, so the first steam engines to do useful work, Newcomen atmospheric engines, were installed to pump the mines out. The BCLM has a replica, but unfortunately it's not working at the moment, needing rather a lot of money to make it serviceable again, so it's rather a shame the museum hasn't had much income over the last year or so...

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