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A M B E R L E Y  Working Museum
Amberley Working Museum
| EXIT | The Railway Scene | The Roadway Scene | The Power Scene | The Telecommunications Scene | Links |

Amberley Museum is located in the tranquil and picturesque setting of a former chalk pit, with easy road and rail access making it an ideal place for a family day out. Photos LSA Archive April 2008.

The Railway Scene  
The Railway Scene

A narrow gauge railway runs along the base of the famous chalk pits and tunnels, which featured in the James Bond film, View to a Kill.
The Roadway Scene  
The Roadway Scene 
Toll booths, buses and street furniture are all part of the roadway scene at Amberley.
The Power Scene  
The Power Scene

Transformers, insulators, switchboxes are the scene outside of the electricity exhibition.  


The Telecommunications Scene  
The Telecommunications Scene
See the Connected-Earth exhibition in its own museum building.
 

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Amberley Working Museum


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