Snibston Discovery Museum Panoramas
Interactive panoramic photographs inside Snibston Discovery Museum, Coalville, before its closure as an economy measure in July 2015.
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Note that these panoramas look best on a large screen.
Your mouse can be used to control the panorama rotation and zoom.
Showing the fireless steam locomotive No. 2 (Andrew Barclay 1815 of 1924) and locomotive No. 921 (Brush 314 of 1906).
Showing the Gimson beam pumping engine of 1880 and the Marshall traction engine of 1915.
Showing the main Museum building, the headstocks of Snibston Colliery, Coalville Crossing signal box, and the Outdoor Play area.
Showing the “Extra Ordinary Gallery”.
Showing the Shepshed horse-drawn steam fire engine (Shand Mason of 1880) and the Morris/Merryweather fire engine (of 1939).
Showing part of the Fashion Gallery.