- In 1999, the Beamish Museum in North East England replicated a steam-operated railway of 1825, the " Pockerley Waggonway ", going on to recreate a wooden wagonway alongside.
- Although visitors can also ride on the Town railway and Pockerley Waggonway, these do not form part of the site's transport system ( as they start and finish from the same platforms ).
- At the beginning of the 1990s, further developments in the Pit Village were opened, the chapel in 1990, and the board school in 1992 The whole tram circle was in operation by 1993 . and motor garage, followed by the bank in 1999 . The first Georgian component of the museum arrived when Pockerley Old Hall opened in 1995, followed by the Pockerley Waggonway in 2001.