Amyleigh. Winchester, England.
An archaeologist & RE specialist with an abundance of love for makeup, nature & architecture photography, comics, taxidermy & a good cuppa.
Beamish Museum: Part Two
A couple of weeks ago I shared the first half of this post from my day at Beamish Museum. It's a large open-air museum in the north east of England which is the most surreal but beautiful place to visit for a day if you happen to be in or near the area.
Not only is it a great history lesson, it is a lovely place to just walk around as it's situated in rolling hills and farmlands - perfect for those summer picnic kind of days. I already shared some photos I snapped whilst there, that were mostly of the 1900's farm area, so here are the photos I got of the mining village, the colliery, the 1820's house & gardens, and the high street which has been used for shows such as Downton Abbey - enjoy!
For more photos, check out my Flickr page.