Saturday, 26 September 2015

London Transport Museum Open Day At Acton Depot #ActonOpenDay

If you didn't go to the Acton Depot today to see the open day put on by London Transport Museum, then I want to know what you found that was better to do. I can honestly say that nothing else we were going to choose to do could of topped the day out we had here today. We went along and learned so much as well as Tilly getting to experience things from times gone by. The day out was amazing and so set up for kids to enjoy as well as train enthusiasts. There were plenty of activities for the little ones to keep them occupied and the volunteers that were there were at hand to answer any of Tillys questions.

The open days only occur twice a year and the next one will be in April, So if you get a chance to pop to the Acton Depot tomorrow then do so. The nearest tube is Acton Town and it is literally just across the road.

It costs £10 for adults to get into and kids go free, But enough of the chat - here are some pictures of Tilly and myself enjoying a lovely day out with London Transport Museum. Pop down there tomorrow for the final day.

Horse drawn bus

Check out the Siemens website to learn more about transport

Siemens/ Heathrow express Depot

The little railway at Acton Depot 
walking under the Heathrow Express

Learning about how a train works on the tracks

On the tops deck of a WW1 army bus

We had the most amazing day, If we lived local we would of gone back again. Thanks to London Transport Museum for sharing the day with us.

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