Kirkaldy Testing Museum

Kirkaldy Testing Museum The Kirkaldy Testing Museum is a museum in Southwark, south London, England, in David Kirkaldy's former testing works. It houses Kirkaldy's huge testing machine, and many smaller more modern machines.

It is open on the first Sunday of each month.The building at 99 Southwark Street became a listed building in 1971, and was promoted to Grade II* in June 2014.BackgroundKirkaldy was born in Dundee in 1820, and educated at Edinburgh University. He worked at Napier shipbuilding works from 1843, where he became Chief Draughtsman and Calculator. He left in 1861 and over the next two and a half years st

It is open on the first Sunday of each month.The building at 99 Southwark Street became a listed building in 1971, and was promoted to Grade II* in June 2014.BackgroundKirkaldy was born in Dundee in 1820, and educated at Edinburgh University. He worked at Napier shipbuilding works from 1843, where he became Chief Draughtsman and Calculator. He left in 1861 and over the next two and a half years st

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