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File:WealdDownMuseum.jpg|Weald & Down Museum, West Sussex  http://www.wealddown.co.uk/
 
 
File:Avonmouth-WestMidlands.jpeg|Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. A collection of restored, historic buildings from the industrial past of the West Midlands.
 
  
 
File:SaltaireCottages-Bradford.jpeg|[[Saltaire]] Victorian utopian workers village built by entrepreneur Sir Titus Salt in the 1850s http://www.saltairevillage.info/
 
File:SaltaireCottages-Bradford.jpeg|[[Saltaire]] Victorian utopian workers village built by entrepreneur Sir Titus Salt in the 1850s http://www.saltairevillage.info/
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Stewartby, Bedfordshire (1926)
 
Stewartby, Bedfordshire (1926)
 
Built by the London brick company for their workers
 
Built by the London brick company for their workers
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===Reconstructed & Museum Towns===
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File:WealdDownMuseum.jpg|Weald & Down Museum, West Sussex  http://www.wealddown.co.uk/
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File:Avonmouth-WestMidlands.jpeg|Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. A collection of restored, historic buildings from the industrial past of the West Midlands.
  
 
Poundbury, Dorset (construction started 1993; ongoing) Built by  the Duchy of Cornwall for local people.
 
Poundbury, Dorset (construction started 1993; ongoing) Built by  the Duchy of Cornwall for local people.
  
 
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Revision as of 11:05, 27 June 2020

Historic Towns & Villages

Reconstructed & Museum Towns