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.
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.
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.
The way life was in 1870 in 26 Court, Burlington Street, North Liverpool.