Bressingham's journey towards normality!Next Post
Now that lockdown is easing (despite a few stops and starts!) and Bressingham Steam & Gardens is starting to get back to normal we decided to take a look back through our journey back to normality!
You can tell we’re excited in this one as we announce that “We’re making slow progress on the log flume.” only later admitting that “We’re just kidding about the log flume! We have no planned additions of that kind yet! Not unless it’s a steam powered one anyway.”
It’s forgivable when you see Chris Williams’ confusing photo involving a rowing boat on our train tracks:
This post included some lovely photos of our Gardens in their full spring glory.
All they need are some visitors!
On our first day back in steam we welcomed well over 100 visitors over the course of the day today.
“we all felt warmer in heart for the exclamations of “look at that!” and “can we go round again please?!””
This is a brilliant example of museums working together and helping each other out - in this post we take time to thank @norfolkfiremuseum for helping us clear the lake at the rear of the site, near the Engine Shed and Fairground.
“We’re a lovely and collaborative bunch us museums and we too bring all sorts of skills and tools to the collective table, not least of all Al’s immense knowledge of and expertise in our ticketing system.”
Following the success of Channel 5’s “Inside the Steam Train Museum” show featuring Bressingham many of our team are now world famous! (sort of)
In this post we celebrate the notoriety of one of our long serving team member Phil Thompson, who was featured in the programme and is now a familiar face to many visitors.
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By Stuart Paterson at 14 Jun 2021, 00:00 AM