Year 2 Museum of Transport Trip

Date: 1st May 2018 @ 3:58pm

As part of our learning about transport, we have visited the Manchester Museum of Transport in Cheetham Hill.

The trip was a great opportunity to see some buses which went back as old as 1920. This was all part of our learning about changes in modern history. We have compared buses from the 1980's to modern buses now and everyone had a good explore of all the different types of buses, trams, fire engines and transport that was there.

Check out the photos fromm our trip and have a look to read some of the super recounts that were written afterwards.


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