Mechanical organs

Late 2006

I took the now familiar bus down to Stow market to visit family.  I was staying  for the long weekend.  We went out for a beautiful walk in Woodbridge, and from the cliff we had a good view over the harbour.  Then later we stopped off at a small church for morning coffee.  The church was doing some sort of fundraising, with a flower display competition, and tea and cakes and other items for sale.  We also found our way over to the Mechanical Music Museum at Cotton that held a collection of electronic organs.  The most popular being the Wurlitzer.

Later on we went around Bury St Edmunds where I had fun looking in the shops.  The last stop before returning home was the park and ruins in Bury St Edmunds.

Published by Alice Letts

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