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Beamish Museum staff member Sara Williamson in the dress of a 1820s kitchen maid with a

Beamish Museum staff member Sara Williamson in the dress of a 1820s kitchen maid with a


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Beamish Museum staff member Sara Williamson in the dress of a 1820s kitchen maid with a

Beamish Museum staff member Sara Williamson in the dress of a 1820s kitchen maid with a rare clock which shows scenes of coalmining on the face in Pockeley Manor

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In this print from Memory Lane Prints, we see Beamish Museum staff member Sara Williamson donning the attire of a 1820s kitchen maid. Dressed in an authentic costume that transports us back to a bygone era, Sara's attention to detail is impeccable. Her dedication to historical accuracy is evident as she meticulously cleans every nook and cranny of Pockeley Manor. What truly sets this image apart is the rare clock held delicately in Sara's hands. The face of the timepiece showcases intricate scenes of coalmining, providing a glimpse into the industrial heritage that shaped our world centuries ago. This remarkable artifact not only adds charm to the photograph but also serves as a testament to Beamish Museum's commitment to preserving history. The juxtaposition between Sara's humble role as a kitchen maid and her interaction with such an extraordinary item encapsulates the essence of museums like Beamish – bridging gaps between past and present, reminding us of our roots while inspiring curiosity for future generations. As we admire this snapshot frozen in time, it serves as a reminder that museums are not merely repositories for artifacts; they are living entities where dedicated individuals like Sara breathe life into history through their passion and expertise.

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