The Afternoon Lectures: ‘This Exploited Land of Iron’ – A talk by Tom Mutton, North York Moors National Park

@ Head of Steam – Darlington Railway Museum

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07 March 2019

1:45pm

150 years ago many parts of the North York Moors looked very different to the present day as a short but intense period of ironstone mining and railway construction left a huge impact on the landscape and its communities. The Exploited Land of Iron project will tell the fascinating story of this trailblazing period of industrial growth and exploitation. FREE to members of the Friends, non-members welcome, (please telephone the museum for membership or price details).

Venue
Head of Steam - Darlington Railway Museum
Station Road
Darlington
DL3 6ST

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