STEAM – A visit to the Swindon GWR Museum, a set on Flickr.
Another day out with Wickson’s Travel from Walsall Wood, Staffordshire, this time to Swindon, the home of STEAM – the Great Western Railway Museum (and, for the ladies, a retail park next door!).
An extremely interesting and well-laid out museum with lots to see and do, and children are well catered for too, with various models to have a go on.
Also worth a mention is the Cafe, good food, good value and friendly staff, as were the rest of the museum staff.
Burntwood Chase Heritage Group
Tuesday 5th Nov 2013.
All Talks will be at St John`s Church, High Street at 7.30pm. Doors open 7pm.
The Miners Hymns.
This is a special show by a Birmingham Arts Group of Mining History using unseen footage from Museums. This will be on a large Cinema type screen and free tickets will be available at our October Show and other places in Burntwood. There will still be a door charge for room hire etc.
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