Some fire-related items from the Museum collection from various railways
Starting with a chimney from the furnace in the tin-smith’s shop at Stafford Road , Wolverhampton. GWR dated 1900.
Three fireplace fenders from various offices:
This one is from the Great Eastern Railway
The third fender is from the station fireplace at Stowe by Chartley, Great Northern Railway
Another item from Stowe by Chartley on the Great Northern Railway is this stove door.
Another stove door – from the North Staffs Railway
And finally, This North Staffs Railway stove – complete with kettle (very heavy!!)
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