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When you get there you'll not be disappointed.
A very thorough guided tour around the buildings, workshops and workers cottage with heaps of...More
We thought it wouldn't have much to see as it got old building, work shops but with the help of enthusiast Gordon ( parkinson we thought he was called) the guide he was full of historical information all about the different machinery that they had,...More
Had wanted to visit mainly for the miniature railway but on arrival we were told about the continuous tour around the old forge buildings and decided to tag along and see what it was about. So glad we did! Gordon is highly knowledgeable and brings...More
I went with my friend and his little brother if you like engineering and it's history this is a must place to visit we was taken on a tour by an amazing gentleman called Gordon he took the time to explain everything about the forge...More
This is a well preserved site and with plenty of working exhibits and guides who bring it to life. It was great to see volunteers all around the site engaged in the sympathetic restoration of forging equipment and a wide variety of industrial engine. Sharing...More
We loved our trip. The museum is run by volunteers who are passionate about restoring and demonsrrating engines and old machinery associated with Sheffields industrial history. A must for budding engineers, both old and young alike.
We had a brilliant and interesting visit, the volunteers who guided us round clearly knew their stuff and had so many stories to share with us that they brought the history of the place to life. A great day out.
This is a fantastic place to spend a Sunday afternoon. Lots to see including lots if working machinery, a great guide to show us round and explain everything, and even a miniature railway to ride on. All for £3 including parking! Just excellent.
Went for an open day when the trains were working. So much history and the people that volunteer were so helpful and clearly enjoyed working there. In a beautiful setting. Would recommend this to anyone as something for everyone and very reasonably priced entrance fee.