Steampunks went to Beamish open air museum for the Impossible Gears event "Welcome to Steamtown". I ramble a bit.
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Impossible Gears is doing another event in June this year, this time called "Airship North Star" and plans to return to Beamish in 2017. See http://www.impossiblegears.com/airship-northstar.html and https://www.facebook.com/events/496828513835363/ for details.
If I'd pick out one thing great about Beamish (there are many), it would be the excellent guides who stay in character and answer any question you might have, even if one did accuse me of stealing two gold coins from the bank (I didn't - they were found). I did plan to wear a fez, but the wind would have whipped it away in an instant.
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