Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Bardney Heritage Centre.

The Heritage Centre at Bardney is a very interesting place to visit, lots of railway related items to see plus other artifacts from the surrounding area.  There is a nice cafe there too and the staff are really friendly, pay it a visit, you wont be dissapointed.
For further info about opening hours etc see http://www.bardneyheritage.com/ or click on the link below.

These photographs taken on Saturday 2nd March 2013.

Bardney Heritage Centre.

Various items on the "platform".

Balast Wagon brake wheel.

A warm welcome awaits you in the cafe.

The poster on the right is for the Independant Order of Rechabites.  It was a Friendly Society founded
in England in 1835 as part of the wider British temperance movement to promote total abstinence
from alchoholic beverages. 
(Information courtesy of Wickipedia)

Enjoy some refreshment in the cafe.

All images taken with a Panasonic FZ150.

No comments:

Post a Comment