I enjoy transport museums and since I had time to kill I thought I'd visit. It took me less than one hour to make my way through the displays available. That's more than 25 pence per minute. I would call this an exhibition, not a museum. Museums are full of lots of artefacts to browse and they keep you entertained for many hours. There are very few modes of transport on display in this museum, and those available are really not that impressive. Yes it does take you through the history of the London underground, and there was some interesting old films showing the pre first war buses being built, but in my opinion the experience was really too short and therefore disappointing. Perhaps I've been spoilt. The Glasgow transport museum for example has much more to offer with the history of cars, trains, buses, shipping and more. I think the management of this museum should visit Glasgow and learn a few lessons. Ironically they say your ticket is valid for one year but I can't think of any reason to return.
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