The Black Country Living Museum is one of the finest and largest open-air museums in the country. Depending on your age it will either remind you of what life was like years ago or educate you in some of the old ways!
You can read more about the museum here - Black Country Museum
There was a lot of schoolchildren there when we visited and they played ball across a road, pausing to let the bus drive through. This reminded me of playing in the street when I was a kid. We played football and cricket across the road outside our house, stopping for the odd car that came along. We'd chalk goal posts or cricket stumps on the walls. Seeing the children at the museum made me think that this is how they should always play, outside in the open air, with a ball, free to run around and shout, safely. If only..........
The museum is staffed by a team of people who are very approachable and more than willing to tell you their own stories, share and compare their memories with yours. There is a picture of one of the staff here - People
The picture here shows a stop sign on the back of a bus with the bus behind reflected in the glass.
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