A recent visit to Amberly Museum in West Sussex. For those not familiar Amberly Museum is a vast indoor / outdoor industrial heritage museum located at an old chalk mine. The exhibits are far and wide ranging, from a telecommunications hall to lead molding to woodland crafts and the majority in working condition and demonstrated. Amongst all of it are numerous transportation exhibits, a small selection of which below. A visit falls well within the cliché of being a great day out for all the family. Thoroughly recommended and if you can make it there on one of the special events days so much the better.
|Side valve BSA Sloper in the pre-war workshop re-creation.|
|And a Douglas combo in the same place.|
|Very nice. An original BSA factory produced|
cutaway of a C12 engine.
|The plaque on the plinth of the cutaway Beesa motor.|
|Outside view of the motor engineers shop.|
|A Sussex bus station of old.|
|The bicycle shop.|
|A peek through the window of the cycle shop.|