|An ex- London Transport RM bus of 1962|
|A Sentinal vertical boilered locomotive built in Shrewsbury|
The museum was very well laid out and the explanations were very well done and explained.
From the museum we walked down the road to the river and into Ironbridge where we were dismayed to see that the Iron Bridge was being restored and was completely encapsulated in white plastic.
We decided to search out the Bedlam Furnace ruins. It seems that someone made a painting of the Bedlam Furnace which many people thought was akin to a lunatic asylum, hence the use of the word which implies chaos or mayhem.
|Ruins of Bedlam Furnace|
|Here I am escaping from Bedlam|
The ride back to Shrewsbury, through Much Wenlock, was again through the beautiful Shropshire countryside.
We had a drink this evening with our landlord and are making arrangements to return next year.