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06 November 2019Visit to St Pancras International Station and the Canal Museum
12 June 2019Broughton House
01 May 2019Hampstead - A London Village
09 April 2019Visit to Vintners’ Hall and the Bank of England Museum
03 October 2018Charleston House & Berwick Church
06 June 2018Ightham Moat and Knole House and Park
02 May 2018Bath - No 1 Royal Crescent and Fashion Museum
11 April 2018Legal London - Lincolns Inn Royal Courts & Knights Templar Church
04 October 2017University of Cambridge Botanical Gardens and Fitzwilliam Museum
07 June 2017VISIT CANCELLED Globe Theatre and Tate Modern
03 May 2017Worcester Porcelain Museum & Worcester Cathedral
05 April 2017"London's Burning" Guildhall Art Gallery and City Heritage Gallery
21 September 2016Mary Rose Museum and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
08 June 2016Bletchley Park
04 May 2016Blenheim Palace Tour
06 April 2016Wallace Collection, London
07 October 2015"Secret London" Silver Vaults, Hatton Garden & Leighton House
03 June 2015Whitchurch Silk Mill, Hampshire & Winchester Cathedral
06 May 2015Arts & Crafts Movement Rodmarton Manor, Cirencester & Cheltenham Wilson Museum
08 April 2015Petworth House and Park
08 October 2014London in the Great War: The Guards & the Great War in London
09 July 2014New Members' Visit to Cookham
04 June 2014Kensington Palace and Gardens
07 May 2014Chartwell House
03 April 2014Malmesbury Abbey, Wiltshire, Lacock Village & Fox Talbot Museum
12 September 2013Watts Gallery and Loseley Park
05 June 2013Kill or Cure - The 2000 Year History of Medicine and Nursing in London.
08 May 2013Bowood House and Gardens
10 April 2013The Vine and Highclere Castle
18 October 2012Vintners Livery Company & The Bank of England
13 June 2012Polesden Lacey
09 May 2012Clandon Park and Hatchlands Park

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Visit to St Pancras International Station and the Canal Museum
Wednesday 06 November 2019

The London Canal Museum 
The London Canal Museum was opened in 1992 but was originally constructed between 1862-63 as a Victorian ice warehouse to house ice imported from Norway.  There are two ice wells under the building one of which may be viewed from the museum.  The museum is on the Regent’s Canal in the King’s Cross area and its exhibitions cover all aspects of the UK’s waterways. 
St Pancras International Station 
The 150 year story of an iconic railway station from its Victorian Grandeur to the 21st Century Eurostar Terminal.  As well as its stunning design of the actual station the tour also explores the impact of the arrival of the railways in the 19th century; the threat to demolish the station complex in the 20th century, through to its re-birth as the new Eurostar terminal in the 21st century.