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Hetton Silver Band Hall in Situ - February 2011
England
View of Hetton Band Hall in situ, before being deconstructed for rebuilding at Beamish Museum. Find out how you can help rebuild an important piece of North Eastern history: http://www.justgiving.com/hettonbandhall
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