Category:Beamish, County Durham
English: Beamish, previously named 'Pit Hill' is a village in County Durham, England situated to the north east of Stanley. A general misconception (by Chester le Street Estate Agents) concerns most people who believe that Beamish is and always will be in Stanley. Beamish is contained within Hell Hole wood. It is home to Beamish Museum, an open air museum seeking to replicate a northern town of the early 20th century. Its principal pub is the Shepherd and Shepherdess near Beamish Museum entrance.
village in United Kingdom
|Location||County Durham, United Kingdom|
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Media in category "Beamish, County Durham"
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- Beamish Station site of 1773827 7171d2b3.jpg 640 × 419; 143 KB
- Consett to Sunderland cycle path - geograph.org.uk - 332837.jpg 640 × 480; 149 KB
- Methold Almshouses, Beamish, 8 January 2011.jpg 3,200 × 2,400; 1.59 MB
- Methold Houses, Beamish - geograph.org.uk - 1154571.jpg 640 × 464; 75 KB
- One of the four Beamish Shorthorns - geograph.org.uk - 332838.jpg 640 × 480; 174 KB