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A most unusual piece of industrial archaeology

This building preserves a piece of industrial history, the making of items of brass for trade and... read more

Reviewed June 10, 2017
matforddavid
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Exeter, UK
Curiosity...

Popped down to see this Brassmill including a working waterwheel what a little gem.. all run by... read more

Reviewed May 28, 2017
Jon P
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Chepstow, United Kingdom
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Jun 10, 2017
“A most unusual piece of industrial archaeology”
May 28, 2017
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Reviewed June 10, 2017

This building preserves a piece of industrial history, the making of items of brass for trade and for sale. It is opened by volunteers twice a month (second and fourth Saturdays in summer) and a volunteer will take you round the building and explain the...More

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Reviewed May 28, 2017 via mobile

Popped down to see this Brassmill including a working waterwheel what a little gem.. all run by local people looking after it and repairing it. Well worth a visit if your nearby. Well done to all involved.

Thank Jon P
Reviewed May 17, 2017

This tells the story of the history of Brass Production in the Avon area. Working water wheel, with other exhibits, completely staffed by volunteers. Free entry.

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