Next Generation Evening Meal
Located in one of the city’s oldest industrial districts, the museum stands on a man-made island over 900 years old.
In the 1800s, other industries began to spring up in the Kelham area and Kelham Island itself became a host for all kinds of manufacturers. In 1829, John Crowley bought land on the island and built a small iron foundry called Kelham Iron Works where he made all kinds of iron products – bicycles, corn grinders, lawn mowers as well as decorative items.
Now a Museum to its Industrial past Kelham will host Next Generation Rail’s evening networking meal providing an exciting backdrop to the event.