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Where to see Industrial Archaeology in Staffordshire
Places open to the public
A excellent place to start is the Staffordshire County Coucil website leisure pages to be found at http://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/leisure/museums.htm which include the following places

Apedale Heritage Centre
Bass Museum
Brindley Mill
Cannock Chase (Museum of)
Cheddleton Mill Churnet Valley Railway
Etruria Industrial Museum
Foxfield Steam Railway
Gladstone Pottery Museum
Mill Meece Pumping Station
Newcastle Borough Museum and Art Gallery
Potteries Museum and Art Gallery
Uttoxeter Heritage Centre

others sites nearby
Amerton Railway
Walsall Lock Museum
Ironbridge Gorge Museums
Birmingham Museum of Transport
Telford Steam Railway Museum net a guide to museums nationwide
Staffordshire mines

For books on the subject try
Martin Bott Book Shop
Local History Press website

Chapel Books
Webberley Books , Hanley
Susan Eaton books
Twelveheads press
Industrial heritage Magazine books
I A Recordings for videos and further links

maps etc for sale

Mamod steam engine parts

Wilesco Steam engines

Other Groups
Staffordshire History
Gloucester I A Group
Wolverhampton Local History & heritage society
Railway men ancestors website
Willenhall History Society

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