From the NGRS news Group. Sorry if it has been posted before: Readers with an interest in Beyer Peacock can now find their works photos online at http://emu.msim.org.uk/htmlmn/collections/online/search.php?type=images I quote the following e-mail, kindly forwarded by a correspondent, which gives more details: . . . email from Jan Hicks, the Senior Archivist at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester, re the Beyer, Peacock archive, held by the museum. Jan advises that with the increased interest since the Great Garratt Gathering was first announced, the archive department had been working full time to complete the digitisation of the photographic part of the Beyer, Peacock works archive. This has just been completed and all 2544 images are now available to view online. Most of these will probably not have been seen before. Jan has asked me to forward this information on to you and as I have found the MOSI website is not the easiest to negotiate, the following link will take you straight to the images section of the MOSI archive http://emu.msim.org.uk/htmlmn/collections/online/search.php?type=images When you get to the Images Collection search page, in the first box where it says COLLECTION NAME and CHOOSE, click on the small right hand arrow at the end of the box, scroll down to BEYER, PEACOCK, click on it to put it in the box, and then simply scroll down to the bottom of the Images page and click on SEARCH. Then enjoy around 7 hours looking through these wonderful Beyer, Peacock images, because that is how long it will take you, if you only look at each one for 10 seconds !! Jan has also asked me to notify you that from Mid-November, probably the 15th, the Archive Department at MOSI is being refurbished, and this will take a few months to complete. Because of this, many parts of the archive may not be accessible, possibly until around next March or April 2010. And so should anyone want any information or be planning a visit to MOSI, to view any part of the Archive, this should be done very soon. Please pass the above link and information on to any groups or enthusiasts that you think may be interested to see these Beyer, Peacock images.