Wylam Railway Museum

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Wylam Railway Museum is located in the village where George Stephenson, the father of railways, was born. It celebrates Wylams contribution to railway history and focuses on the local railway pioneers, not only George Sterphenson but also the lesser know William Hedley, Timothy Hackworth and Nicholas Wood and the Wylam Colliery waggonway.

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-14:00 - 19:30-14:00 - 19:30-09:00 - 12:00-

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Address: Wylam Railway Museum, Falcon Centre, Falcon Terrace, Wylam, Northumberland, NE41 8EE, UK.
Phone: +44 1661 ​852 ​174
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