Museum of British Transport

25th September 1998 at 01:00
The Museum of British Transport, Coventry, has introduced a course on "Britain since the 1930s" for teachers planning school visits. Developed with the Education Partnership Business Centre, it covers local history, the impact of the Blitz on Coventry, changes in technology and transport, differences in lifestyles from the 1930s to 1990s and the impact of new technology. The museum has recently dropped admission charges. Tel: Alison Charlton, 01203 832286.

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