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2018 Miners Gala - Vane Tempest followed by New Brancepeth going home
New Brancepeth too close to Vane Tempest to separate - and the two bands were playing together
Durham Miners Gala 2017 Lanchester Band at New Brancepeth. Raising the Banner
This video presents The Lanchester Brass Band at New Brancepeth County Durham UK. 8:00 a.m. The solemn raising of the miners banner and its proud parade around the village before the banner is taken into Durham City by the Community for The Durham Miners Gala 8/8/2017. thanks to New Brancepeth Banner Commitee
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2018 Miners Gala - Wingate
Featuring the World Champion Female Sword Dancers from Canada.
Durham Brass 2018 _Brass Funkeys_King of the Swingers
Durham Brass 2018_King of the Swingers
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Durham castle.
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Durham Coal Mining 3 of 5 Postcards Of The Durham Coalfield
Vintage post card views of The Durham Coalfield including many rare views of collieries including: Auckland Park, Boldon, Brancepeth, Busty Pit Pelton, Chilton, Chopwell, Dean & Chapter Ferryhill, Derwent Rescue Team, Durham Big Meeting, Easington, Felling, Fishburn, Hamsterley, Horden, Mainsforth, Morrison, Murton, Ryhope, Seaham, Southmoor, Trimdon Grange, Trimdon, West Stanley, West Tees Ramshaw, Wheatley Hill, Willington, Wingate.
Views: 3397 Durham Telly
2018 Miners Gala - Horden going home
Looking forward to seeing the new banner next year instead of this community banner.
Durham Miners' Gala 2015: Houghton Banner
Marching to the County Hotel with the Houghton-le-Spring banner, then marching out following the very entertaining Harrogate Band up Old Elvet, at the Durham Miners' Gala 2015. www.houghtonlespring.org.uk/colliery
Views: 596 Houghton Heritage
Rookhope Mine
This is a derelict deep mining site in County Durham which was one of the worlds great mining areas unfortunately not much remains of this heritage so I am pleased to have this little record of a once great industry. Thank you Malcolm Street for the photo of the mine taken shortly after it closed.
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just some fun on way back from beating yorkshire 5-1
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2018 Miners Gala - Murton going home
Must be a first. Someone must have forgotten to tell the band to stop at the County. they march past, stop, walk back to the County then play their traditional "Hootenanny", which is the crowds all time favourite
Haunted County Durham - Eastgate, Apparition & Orbs
We move into the 21st century and the NE of England for this one. The small village of Eastgate has a waterfall just upstream on the Rookhope burn. Here in 2002 I witnessed an apparition. Later in 2011 I took a very interesting sequence of photographs featuring a blue orb Thanks for Watching
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Old King Coal 2018
Join us for Old King Coal from 27th June to 1st July for a celebration of the region’s proud coal mining heritage. Enjoy banner parades and brass band performances and find out more about the contribution made by North East miners and their families on the Home Front during the First World War. Banner parades, led by a steam vehicle, will take place each day and bands will be performing. Banners from Beamish’s collection, North East communities and schools will be on show around the museum and a Coal by Rail display in the Open Stores will tell the story of how coal was transported. Meet the pit ponies each day. On 30th June & 1st July, make flags for the parade and help decorate the Beamish School banner. Bands and musicians performing include Valley Brass Band, The Salvation Army Divisional Fellowship Band, Off Key Music, Benny Graham, Kiddar’s Luck, Bill Elliott and Kevin Youldon. Our other Social Media pages: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BeamishLivingMuseum/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beamish_museum/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Beamish_Museum
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2018 Miners Gala - Fishburn
Fishburn Colliery Band sponsored by the RMT Union playing Albert E. Kelly's march Arnhem
Ferryhill Town Band
Durham Miners Gala 2018
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DLI Museum 2016
DLI Museum 2016 The DLI Museum closed on the 31st of March 2016. An excellent and compact museum, displaying artifacts from World War 1 & World War 2 and other areas of the DLI Regimental History. Seven Victoria Cross, could be viewed, as well as thousands of other medals rewarded to members of the Durham Light Infantry. Another piece of County Durham's heritage, sacrificed by a Council that has no affinity with the electorate.
Views: 1502 Durham Telly
Our Travelling is The Learning and Our Learning is The Understaning. Please help my channel with a Donation to help me travel and take you to other areas around England Please click link to Donate ! https://www.paypal.me/abeer4Thomas/25 A Tram Ride in a Living Museum and a Visit to the Shop's and Masonic LodgeBeamish, the North of England Open Air Museum is an open-air museum located at Beamish, near the town of Stanley, County Durham, England. The museum's guiding principle is to preserve an example of everyday life in urban and rural North East England at the climax of industrialisation in the early 20th century. Much of the restoration and interpretation is specific to the late Victorian and Edwardian eras, together with portions of countryside under the influence of industrial revolution in 1825. On its 350 acres (140 ha) estate it utilises a mixture of translocated, original and replica buildings; a huge collection of artifacts, working vehicles and equipment; as well as livestock and costumed interpreters. The museum has received a number of awards since it opened its present site to visitors in 1972 and has been influential on other "living museums". It is a significant educational resource, and helps to preserve some traditional north-country and rare livestock breeds.The idea for an open air regional museum came from the then director of the Bowes Museum, Frank Atkinson (b. 1924, d. 2014). Inspired by Scandinavian folk museums, and realising the North East's traditional industries and communities were disappearing, in 1958, days after taking up his post at Bowes, Atkinson presented a report to Durham County Council urging that collection of items of everyday history begin as soon as possible and on a large a scale as possible, so that eventually an open air museum could be established. As well as objects, Atkinson was also aiming to preserve the region's customs and dialect. He stated the new museum should "attempt to make the history of the region live" and vividly illustrate the way of life of ordinary people. He hoped the museum would be run by, be about and exist for the local populace, desiring them to see the museum as theirs, featuring items collected from them. Fearing it was now almost too late, Atkinson adopted a policy of "unselective collecting" — "you offer it to us and we will collect it." Donations ranged in size from small items to locomotives and shops, and Atkinson initially took advantage of the large surplus of storage space in the 19th-century French chateau purpose built for the Bowes Museum, to store items donated for the open air museum. With this space soon filled, a former British Army tank depot at Brancepeth was taken over, although in just a short time its entire complement of 22 huts and hangars had been filled too. In 1966, a working party was established to set up a museum "for the purpose of studying, collecting, preserving and exhibiting buildings, machinery, objects and information illustrating the development of industry and the way of life of the north of England", and it selected Beamish Hall, recently vacated by the National Coal Board, as a suitable location.[In August 1970, with Atkinson appointed as its first full-time director, and with just three staff members, the museum was first established by moving some of the collections into the hall. In 1971, an introductory exhibition, "Museum in the Making" opened at the hall. The museum was opened to visitors on its current site for the first time in 1972, with the first translocated buildings (the railway station and colliery winding engine) being erected the following year. The first trams began operating on a short demonstration line in 1973. The Town station was formally opened in 1976, the same year the reconstruction of the colliery winding engine house was completed, and the miner's cottages were relocated. Opening of the drift mine as an exhibit followed in 1979.Future plans for the museum include the creation of a 1950s area, plus additions to the 1900s Town and to the Georgian area. Set to take five years and cost £17m, the additions were approved by Durham council in April 2016, by which time only £2.4m in funding was still outstanding, £10.7m having been raised from the Heritage Lottery Fund and £3.3m from other sources. The 1950s area will feature both an urban development and an upland farm. The urban development will feature social housing, a cinema, NHS clinic, shops and a park. The development will include Aged Miner's Homes, for uses as a Homes For Memory dementia relief facility. For transport, the 1950s area could feature trams, trolleybuses and motorbuses. The upland farm will be based around Spainsfield Farm, relocated from Eastgate. The aged miners homes will be replicas of Marsden Road, South Shelds.The cinema will be the former Grand Electric Cinema from Ryhope, Sunderland, which will be demolished re-erected at Beamish],
County Durham Revisited 10 of 10
Revisit County Durham as it once was including: St Johns Chapel Chester le Street Lumley Castle Birtley Bishop Auckland Spennymoor Middleton in Teesdale Ryhope Bishop Auckland Roker Hamsterley Barnard Castle Stockton on Tees Darlington Willington Great Lumley Brancepeth Durham City Burnopfield Middleton One Row Sunderland Shincliffe Stanhope Darlington Langley Park DLI Wingate
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2016 Durham Miners' Gala
A group of banners behind the Durham Miners Association Band. The Durham Miners Association, Durham Area banner, leads the new Haswell banner, the new Bewicke Main banner, NUM Yorkshire area banner, NUM Yorkshire Area Kellingley Lodge banner and the Durham Colliery Mechanics Trust banner.
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Deaf Hill Banner with Knottingley Silver Band 09-07-2016
Deaf Hill Banner with Knottingley Silver Band at Durham Big Meeting 2016
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Lanchester Brass Band
Playing at the Durham Miners Gala on 11th July 2015 - always entertaining.
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Houghton Brass Band @ Durham Big Meeting 2017
Houghton Brass Band @ Durham Big Meeting 2017 on Saturday 8th July 2017 in Durham City, County Durham.
Views: 80 Barry Gilligan

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