Near Birmingham in the English town of Dudley is an open air museum called the Black Country. The museum covers an area of 105,000 sq.m. and tells the story of Central England in the last 100 years.
The central street on which the walk sightseeing buses and trolley buses:
The world's first steam engine of Thomas Newcomen, which was used for pumping water from coal mines:
Here is a diagram of his work:
Residential building of English working-class family:
Bake. It is clearly seen the area heating ironing irons:
But this, as you may have guessed, means for pressing linen: