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Transport & Related:

MSLR Mid Suffolk Light Railway: "known affectionately as 'The Middy', was a classic case of a rural railway that never paid its way. Built in the Edwardian era, it effectively went broke before it opened but still managed to struggle on for almost 50 years! The collection of rolling stock is heavily biased towards the Great Eastern Railway, being the mainline railway with which the Middy connected at Haughley and our passenger carriages all date from the 19th Century. Steam trains operate on selected days during Spring, Summer and Autumn as part of themed events which involve displays selected to appeal to a wide range of ages and interests other than just the railway enthusiast. The museum hall houses displays of artefacts and models as well as being used for exhibitions of archive photographs and other themed displays."
Parham Parham Airfield Museum 'The museum comprises the 390th Bombardment Group Memorial Air Museum and the Museum of the British Resistance Organisation.'
Flixton Air museum Aviation Museum: 'Home of The Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum East Anglia's Aviation Heritage Centre incorporating themed collections for the 446th Bombardment Group, USAAF, RAF Bomber Command, Royal Observer Corps, No. 6 Group Air Sea Rescue & Coastal Command.'
Ipswich Transport Museum Ipswich Transport Museum: 'The largest collection of transport items in Britain devoted to just one town. Everything was either made or used in and around Ipswich, the county town of Suffolk.'

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