Northamptonshire Ironstone Railway Museum Reviews
Description:Address: Hunsbury Hill Road / Camp Hill / Northampton / NN4 9UW
Newest Review: ... mile circuit of track to play on, all this a mile or so from the main shopping centres and cinemas in the town, no one seemingly knowing about the attraction. One of the trains is used in Thomas the Tank Engine promotions and it's a great place for a school morning out. They recently spent money on a kids activity centre with adventure playground to tempt the kids and tourists up the hill in ... more
Customer Northamptonshire Ironstone Railway Museum Reviews (1)
by - written on 12/01/13 (Very useful, 79 readings)
The history of Northampton tends to be hidden away or simply knocked down. We had a castle once from the civil war but that was knocked down by the king in 1662, and Delapre Abbey, also an important part of the battle between crown and parliament, now hollow and unloved. A round steeple Saxon church and 78 Derngate (the only house outside of Scotland created by some big shot jock architect) are about it as far as restoration and promotion goes here. We have Althorpe House out of town but that has become a simple money making exercise by Earl Spencer so to keep paying his many wives alimony. But up on Hunsbury Hill to the south of the town boundary we have this quaint ... Read the complete review
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