London Museum of Science Revisited
I am back in oz as of a few hours ago. Freezing and wet. Was 26c in London today.
On my last afternoon in London I had a few hours spare. So I caught the tube to have a final farewell to the Trevithick dredger engine and to reshoot some photos which I had messed up at my visit 3 weeks earlier.
…and I spent a very pleasant hour photographing the engines in the Energy Hall again.
And on wandering further into the building I discovered that on the previous visit I had totally missed about 2/3 of the entire museum, including the model of the Trevithick road vehicle which had been made as a concept model by Trevithick’s brother in law, a clock maker.
Unfortunately it was bottom lit and behind glass, so very difficult to get good photos.
This really was the finale of my adventures in the UK.
Glad to see that you are home safe and sound after quite the adventure.
I hope it was everything that you expected snd more.
It was a pleasure to meet the person behind the blog. I hope that one day we will meet again.
Thanks Jenny. The trip more than met my hopes and expectations. Now thinking about what to do with all of those photos and experiences.
I am so glad to have met you. I do hope that you will visit Oz one day so I can repay your hospitality. John