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  RMS Titanic's Centre Anchor Head
Description: Largest anchor in the world c.1911, by John Rogerson & Co., Wolsingham
Original Location: RMS Titanic

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  Titanic Anchor Head
   
       
  Weatherhill Beam Engine
Description: A winding engine used on the early Stanhope-Tyne Railway, 1834
Original Location: 2 miles north of Stanhope, Weardale

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  Weatherhill Beam Engine
   
         
  Roman Silver Coins from Westgate
Description: Six second-century Roman silver ‘denarii’ coins
Original Location: Slitt Wood, Westgate, Weardale

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  Silver coins
   
  Neolithic Polished Stone Axe
Description: A Neolithic polished stone axe of the 'Langdale' type
Original Location: Whitley Rigg, Stanhope Common (Weardale)

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  Neolithic Axe
         
  Plenmeller Halt (Historic Photo)
Description: Railway halt at Plenmeller, built in 1919
Original Location: Private collection

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  Plenmeller Halt
         
  Shepherds Guide
Description: The first edition of The Shepherds Guide created to assist in the recovery of stray sheep on the open moors of the north of England.
Original Location: Printed in Barnard Castle
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  Plenmeller Halt
         
 

Killhope Wheel
Description: A waterwheel located at the North of England Lead Mining Museum, Killhope, Weardale
Original Location: W.B. Lead’s Bracken Hill site in Allendale

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  Killhope Wheel
   
         
  Horse Whimsey
Description: Horse whimsey installed underground in 1818 to uphaul ore and spoil at a lead mine near Frosterley
Original Location: Stanhope, Weardale

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  Horse Whimsey
         
         
         
         
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