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The Stationary Steam Engine, which was once the driving force of industry, is nowadays, rarely seen in the work environment. However they can still be admired and marvelled at, by visiting places such as Steam Museums, Industrial Heritage Sites and Preserved Engine Sites etc. Some of the engines are still in their original engine houses.
Markham Grange Steam Museum is one of these places, and is located at Markham Grange Nurseries & Garden Centre, Brodsworth near Doncaster.


The steam museum has on display some fine examples of working stationary steam engines, marine steam engines and steam pumps, large and small . The collection, which is still growing, is privately owned and has been aquired over several years from a wide range of sources. Now housed in a purpose built building, they have been lovingly restored, rebuilt and maintained by a dedicated team of full time and volunteer workers, who are always willing to show you around and explain things to you - so why not pay us a visit.

PLEASE NOTE !!! there has been a change to the opening times:- The museum will be open on steaming days ONLY:
i.e. on Wednesdays,
the first Sunday in every month
and on Bank Holidays.
10.00 am. until 4.00 pm.

Email:- markhamgrange@btinternet.com

Click here for Steaming Dates and How to Get There

Admission is FREE.

Car Parking

There is plenty of free parking space in the Garden Centre Car Park.
Coach parties are also more than welcome (please give prior notice!).

I hope you enjoy your visit and I look forward to any comments you might like to make by
Updated March 2014

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