I researched this museum online, which reported it was open and there would be a train operating.I had my Father staying with me of 86,and I am physically disabled and it assured me it was appropriate for us.On entering we needed to go up steps there was only 1young man on duty, we never the whole museum encountered any other staff.On line it informed me there was a resteraunt in an old carriage where I thought we could have lunch.Unfortunatly my Father is a diabetic and therefore needs to eat regularly,the only place open was ,behind the entrance desk ,where the only member of staff,who had just issued our tickets to enter ,also had to make tea and the only thing to eat was a toasted cheese sandwich and pasties which I had and asked for sauce, and was given a sachet of out of date tomato sauce!
The museum also had several areas closed and no trains to ride on, again advertised on the net!
For disabled people it has a bridge over the track which is impossible and tracks to get over ,again not easy.
Never visit this museum if you have any physical problems and never clearly when it is oct.
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