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Worthington Portraits

Worthington Portraits

These portraits of William and Martha Worthington are believed to be the only known images of them. They were acquired by the NBHT and restored before being put on display in the National Brewery Centre museum in Burton.  The William in one of the pictures is the...
Steam Train

Steam Train

This number 9 steam train and Directors’ coach, features in NBCs re-creation of a station platform from the days when the Bass Brewery had its own railway...
Signs

Signs

This exhibit displays a variety of enamel and wooden signs which reflect the national significance of the breweries at The National Brewery Centre. We hope to continue to enlarge our collections to include many more companies no longer seen in the UK...
Robey Engine

Robey Engine

Built in 1905 and operated until Sleaford Maltings closed in 1959. Used by many factories to run their machinery. 1980s dismantled to come to the Museum for...
Michael Thomas Bass

Michael Thomas Bass

Michael Thomas Bass (1799 – 18840) took over control of the company in 1827 and continued the export focus on Asia. By 1832-33, the company was exporting 5,000 barrels of beer representing 40% of its output in that year The coming of the railway to Burton upon Trent...