Saturday February 10th
Railways around the West Midlands with Michael Clemens
Michael will be bringing along some his evocative railway films to show in an evening depicting the era of steam trains. These are films which Michael and his father took in the 1950s and 60s and are now such a priceless archive of how the railways used to be all those years ago. Michael will be showing film from around the West Midlands, of lines which we can still travel on, albeit much changed over the years, as well as railways which no longer exist and of which there is little sign of them ever being in existence. If you want to see how the railways really worked some sixty or so years ago, then please come along and enjoy an evening of pure nostalgia. The doors open at 7.00pm, the show starts at 7.30pm and finishes between 10 and 10.15pm. There is a small charge of £5 for this event. We will be open all day up to the film show so you can come and join us for refreshments before the show if you would like to.
We have resumed our film shows at the museum. We will be alternating between live shows and also some shows on Zoom as well to reach the audiences which will not be able to attend in person. The next live show is February 10th (see above) followed by a Zoom show on February 24th. If you want to join our film shows, whether in person or on Zoom and are not yet on the publicity circulation list, then please email us at email@example.com so we can send you details of the shows.
Museum photos on the road
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