Exhibition: Brass, Steel and Fire

This exhibition CLOSED on Sun, 29th Aug 2021

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Cost: Free of Charge

This exhibition explores a century of model making, and tells the story of the lacemakers, locomotive drivers and engineers who built the modern world from their kitchen tables.

The exhibition features several of the oldest model locomotives in the world and provides visitors with a glimpse of the skill, passion and joy found in making the world in miniature.

Explore a selection of beautifully intricate homemade creations, including some of the oldest of their kind, and delve into the stories of these humble makers who produced extraordinary machines entirely from scratch.

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