Topic: General Chatter
Today I took a visit to the Black Country Living Museum in the West Midlands.
An enclosed miniature village set in 1900's West Midlands it not only offers a great insight into black country living but also a look at the industries that made the region famous.
Of particular interest to myself were the pieces taken from the Willenhall Lock Museum (now owned by the BCLM)
As well as being able to see old locks in situe (and in use) on all of the period buildings, there is also a small section dedicated to the local safe makers and more extravagent locks produced in the region.
Rather than waffle on i will just share some of the pictures (that turned out ok) I took whilst exploring the village.
For a larger version of the display cabinet picture with text click here