Our guide, Trevor, gave us an enthusiastic personal tour of the history of printing, from 16th century wooden presses right up to the linotype machines that powered the daily newspapers of the 20th century.
I was skeptical at first (a printing museum?), but it was interesting, and the guide's ability to weave the story of the rebel newspapermen, William Lyon MacKenzie (who built the building), and his grandson the Prime Minister into the history of printing was very entertaining.
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