4000 year old woman
SPELTHORNE MUSEUM
1 Elmsleigh Road, Staines-upon-Thames, TW18 4PM. United Kingdom

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The entrance to the Museum at the far end of the Library


Elmsleigh Room showing the Big Blue Boards being used. 2017


The front end of the Elmsleigh Room, showing Roman finds in the Staines area, (right corner)
and the 4000 year old woman (left side).



Early Saturday morning shift in Thames Room


Exhibit area in Thames Room showing Reception desk


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The Victorian kitchen and Roman Shop area of the Thames Room.


Old photo of the 1738 Fire Engine that is housed in the Thames Room.
The case is presently being re-vamped.


The Prehistoric/Neolithic part of the Elmsleigh Room at the front of the Elmsleigh Room


The London Stone in the Elmsleigh Room.

 

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