Wonderful artefacts, very poorly presented and with no attempt to conserve them. A real shame that the owner has so much important material and so little idea of how to look after it.
The place is at the back of a gloomy, over-priced café and behind the museum, if it deserves the name, is a small area of 'preserved' trenches. They are the closest a lot of people will ever get to seeing the real thing, but should not be confused with being that.
One of the least satisfactory experiences to be seen anywhere in the Ypres Salient.
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