A living history museum has been captured on Google Street View – allowing people to virtually travel back in time from their own home.
The 360-degree images of Beamish open air museum in County Durham show life in the 1820s, 1900s and 1940s.
The Google Trekker equipment brings the past to life through panoramic shots of the pit village, fairground and farm.
A spokesman said they were “delighted” people could take a virtual stroll around the attraction before visiting.
Landmarks including Hadrian’s Wall, the Grand Canyon and the Taj Mahal already feature on the service.
Source: BBC News