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Could I please ask for your help in sending the following details and the attached flyer re our first 2019 temporary exhibition to all those in the Heritage Engineering Network and anyone else you think may be interested – if you could kindly let me know if you send elsewhere so I can add onto the marketing database which we are utilising to see who then attends/how people heard about the exhibition to allow to identify improvement for the upcoming ones.
Steam on the Road – Temporary Exhibition at the Museum of Power
Wednesday, 6th February – Sunday, 3rd March
The Museum of Power is providing a range of new temporary exhibitions during 2019, the first being ‘Steam on the Road’. The exhibition tells the intriguing story from use of steam traction engines and other static working engines to becoming mobile prime movers capable of undertaking heavy agricultural work and road haulage through to steam buses and cars. The exhibition will also explore why don’t we use Steam power anymore and should we go back to using Steam?
Access to the exhibition is included within our standard Admission Fee: Adults £6, Concessions £5 and Children (5-15) £2.50 with under 5s coming in free. The Museum is open Wednesday – Sunday between 10am – 4pm and scrumptious hot/cold food, home-made cakes and refreshments are available from the Steam Pump Tea Room.
Many thanks for your help.
Museum of Power
Tel: 01621 843183
Museum of Power, Hatfield Road, Langford, Maldon, Essex, CM9 6QA
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