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Britain’s Treasures

The first industrial landscape anywhere in the world emerged in the Black Country and it would soon become the forge of the British Empire
MAIN: The faithfully recreated streets are often used as filming locations

TICKETS, PLEASE The museum is so large – a sprawling 26 acres – that there are several bus and tram services on the grounds, all of which are operated using period vehicles.

LEFT: Local industry made the Black Country famous around the world
ALAMY X4, BLACK COUNTRY LIVING MUSEUM X4
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About History Revealed

Egyptologist Chris Naunton takes us on a tour of the greatest discoveries found in Egypt down the centuries. Plus: We look at the German resistance movements that stood up to Hitler, the tragic tale of the nine-day queen – Lady Jane Grey and the fall from grace of one of America’s once most-beloved politicians, Richard Nixon.