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Kirkaldy Testing Museum

Kirkaldy Testing Museum

The Kirkaldy Testing Museum, as its name suggests, is a museum of materials testing and is devoted to telling the history of the Kirkaldy family and its involvement in this field of engineering. The building was purpose built to house David Kirkaldy's 350 ton 'All Purpose Testing Machine', workshops, laboratory, offices and 'museum of fractures'.

99 Southwark Street, London SE1 0JF
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Nearest tube station: Blackfriars (334 yards)
Twitter: @kirkaldymuseum
Open: First Sunday of the month 11am-5pm (check before visit)
Prices: £5 (conc £4)
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