Today we went to Museum of Liverpool with some friends.
I wanted a picture with Lion railway locomotive, but it was too crowded, so I got a picture with the kids train.
Hubby and I tried some Chinese clothes.
Overhead Railway motor coach, the only example that survived is on display. This coach is one of a batch built between 1892-1899 and it served until it closed in 1956 and was preserved by British Railways.
And the inside of the motor coach.
If you visit Museum of Liverpool you should try on the helmets, it’s so funny.
In the football section Laura discovered an exhibit from Romania, a bill from 2000. The description was funny: “biggest bill we ever paid: 1,5 million “things”. Well, those things are called lei and lei means lions in English.
Karaoke section… lots of fun…
The way life was in 1870 in 26 Court, Burlington Street, North Liverpool.