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Part 1 HERE     Part 2 HERE   Part 3 HERE  

Coming to the end of our day out now and first off some WW1 Nurses

Nurses and Burgers

There were quite a few horse-drawn buggies with WW1 re-enactors driving them

 

 

 

 

 

as well as the odd motor vehicle

and a genuine WW1 airplane, though it might need some restoration yet

We had lunch in one of the cafe’s

 

and rode on this bus to take ‘aerial’ shots 🙂

 

Quick March

Madam Formidable calls a taxi

 

They had some horses ploughing fields

not much scattering going on.

and I used my telephoto to take some pictures of the horses and owners

true love

Bored now

Chocolate Chip Cookies (the horse pinched one 🙂 )

smiley man

When we got off the bus we stood and watched everyone and everything go by

it’s a dog’s life..

Bus conductor-ess

The 114 to Byker

but mostly I just loved all the horses

 

and that’s about it, except for my award for most appropriately dressed person of the day goes to…

 

Geordie Shore 🙂

Well if you’ve got it, flaunt it! 😀

So that’s the end of our trip to Beamish this time, there’ll be others I’m sure as they have a lot of events on, and once you buy your ticket, you can go as many times a year as you want.

All pictures can be clicked on to embiggen where they look even better cos you can see more stuff in them. 🙂

The full album (which has a fair few more photo’s) can be found HERE

Stay tooned for the next adventure!

 

 

 

48 comments on “Beamish Museum WW1 Transport~ Part 4

  1. Timothy Price says:

    Fun times. Love that WWI cell phone for calling taxis. We have a B17 that flew into town and we went out and crawled around in it.

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  2. A terrific adventure, Fraggle. I loved all the photos, but I’m amazed my the clarity of the telephoto shots. Wow. That cookie pinching horse looks delightfully smug! Hugs.

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    1. He was! Thanks for popping by Teagan x

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  3. Hilarious–Madame Formidable on her cell and the nurses eating their hamburgers. Is your Fuji a high-resolution camera? Your shots are crystal clear.

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    1. Thanks Cindy, my Fuji is a good camera but it’s the lenses that give the clarity so I buy ‘good glass’ as they say.

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  4. beetleypete says:

    Can’t beat a ‘proper’ lens!
    Great shots again, that place really delivered. I love the juxtaposition of the people dressed as WW1 characters using mobiles, and eating fast food. And rounding off with the bum cheeks was inspired indeed! 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Cheers Pete 🙂

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  5. Amazing pictures! I love the one of the woman in period costume with her cell phone. Ha ha! Kind of ruins the illusions. ;p
    And who DOESN’T love the horses? Beautiful creatures!

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    1. Thanks Nicole 🙂

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  6. Jay says:

    I love all the little anachronisms you’ve caught – the embiggened photos are like a where’s waldo except i’m searching for hints of 2018.

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  7. M.B. Henry says:

    The Cell phone!!!!! I cracked up! And your award for best dressed of the day was very well bestowed. Seriously – I have to visit this event someday!

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    1. It’s always a great place to visit, cheers M.B

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  8. April Munday says:

    I was trying to work out which period Madame Formidable was representing, but it seemed to be a mixed bag, not just because of the mobile.

    How lovely to spend a day with so many horses about.

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    1. Think she’s near as damn it in Victorian garb but it’s not the best.

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      1. April Munday says:

        I think the different bits come from different periods of the nineteenth century and the hat is decidedly modern in comparison.

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        1. Well at least she tried 😀

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  9. Eddy Winko says:

    Star Trek ‘The Voyage Home came to mind when I saw the WWI mobile phone 🙂 Love the whole series of pictures, some lovely horses (with feet) or would that be hocks? The little pit pony is Malinas favourite 🙂

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  10. Michelle GD says:

    I feel like I’ve stepped back in time! These were so fun to go through! I love the horses too.
    (the woman on the cell phone though…too funny ;))

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    1. It’s such a good day out there. Cheers Michelle.

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  11. I see the prices at the cafe didn’t reflect the authenticity of the day.

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    1. That would be too much to hope for!

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  12. Fabulous images CJ!! Truly great.

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  13. Very nice collection!

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    1. Isn’t it just! They do so well there. Thanks M.

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  14. lolabees says:

    Great costumes! Especially Geordie Shore. Haha!

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  15. Francis.R. says:

    Very professional work of the persons, and the colours get along very well with the remembered epoch. : )

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    1. Cheers Francis 🙂 hope you are well.

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      1. Francis.R. says:

        Thank you, fragglerocking. I am, I hope you too. I am doing my best to visit. ^-^

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  16. equinoxio21 says:

    Nice post of an extinct world. Thank you

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  17. joshi daniel says:

    Wonderful 🙂

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  18. I am generally not much for museums, but this one looks like a great museum to visit. As always you show captivating images of your trip.

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    1. Thanks Otto, there is so much going on at this museum!

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  19. We really must make it to Beamish sometime – I KNOW it’s excellent. Your photos are just superb – great composition and so clear. And they really made an effort, didn’t they? Loved Madame Formidable – less certain about the refugee from the Bigg Market at the end 🙂

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    1. It’s worth checking out the event section of their website, there’s sometimes war related events, usually a classic car event which is fab, and quite a lot of stuff for young’uns which we tend to avoid 🙂

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  20. What an awesome post, Waffles!😁 I just love seeing those frocks from the olden days.😉

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  21. Also… Great Photography!!!❤📸🥞 You always know how to capture the moment perfectly. Thanks for the adventure.😀

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  22. ortensia says:

    What experience.i love historic reconstruction but I’m still giggling after Geordie shore🤣
    P.s
    If madam formidable get tired of her outfit,I ll take it .it is gorgeous😍😍😍😍😍

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    1. Haha I’ll let her know !

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  23. steviegill says:

    Great collection of shots. Some nice, candid, people-watching pics!

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