What a fantastic museum try and make time to go there. The displays are well laid out and an explanation about all the displays are clearly marked and easy to understand. The museum may not be one of the biggest you can see about the Second World War but what they have got no one else can compete with. It doesn’t show you the glamour side off the war but how it was.
There is also a radio shack with working radios repaired by the people of the museum.
I just cant explain how good it was.
Thank you to all the people who have helped with the museum I had a great afternoon.
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