|Part of the main building|
|The smoke stack for the steam engine|
After visiting the Mill we went to find Shipley Station as Sue thought there was a steam tram running today but when the guy at the desk wanted 60+ pounds for the trip we figured that it wasn't worth it and that it was probably just the regular trains running. None of the historical trains charged anywhere near that amount.
Across the road from the station was a Mcdonalds with a pleasant little creek next to it so we had lunch there.
|Several bridges cross this creek|
|An old crane next to the car park|
|Lots of old vehicles built by Jowett|
|A steam engine|
|A double decker tram|
|A trolly bus powered by electricity from overhead wires|
|A water wheel currently powered by an electric motor rather than water|
|Even Dr Who gets a display|
We were a little disappointed about the train but I'm sure there will be more chances to ride steam trains in the next couple of weeks.
Tomorrow we go to Gloucester via Bourneville. Sue wants to visit Cadbury's.