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  Explore a wide range of Modern Objects discovered in the North Pennines. Objects date from the death of Queen Victoria in c.1901
up to the present day.
           
 
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  The Amy Emms Durham Quilt
Description: A classic Durham Quilt made by Amy Emms MBE, in 1985
Original Location: Weardale

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  Amy Emm's Quilt
   
       
  Die Zeit am Tyne
Description: A newspaper published by German prisoners between 1946-8
Original Location: Featherstone Park POW Camp, Haltwhistle

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  Die Zeit am Tyne
   
         
  Great Dun Fell Weather Station
Description: The first series of mountain weather observations made in England
Original Location: Great Dun Fell

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  Manley's Hut
   
  Hand-Stitched Sanderson Design Quilt
Description: Extremely high quality hand-stitched bed quilt from c.1910-20
Original Location: Allenheads

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  Sanderson Quilt
         
  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 Centre Anchor
   
         
  Plenmeller Halt (Historic Photo)
Description: Railway halt at Plenmeller, built in 1919
Original Location: Private collection

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  Plenmeller Halt
         
         
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