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Pictures from Opening Day - 30th May 2012

Pictures courtesy of Paul Williams of Honeywood Museum on the first day it was open to the public after refurbishment

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The door opens for a warm welcome   Mike Bale (Chairman of The Friends of Honeywood Museum) welcomes Mark, the first public visitor
     
First visitors to The Tea Room More Tea Room visitors follow quickly Steve Morris takes tea!
     
The wartime quote in the north corridor The World War II Room An evacuee's suitcase
     
Exhibits in the Word War II Room Local heroes The Morrison air-raid shelter
     
The People's War-Savings campaigns The replica radio (listen to the King's speech
and much more) and nostalgia drawers
Not Narnia, but a wartime Home Guard display
     
The Carshalton Village Room Another view of The Carshalton Village Room The Earl of Derby's horse racing colours
     
A children's delight New toys in The Childhood Room In The Childhood Room
     
*A mother's delight *Oh no - eating our train set!!!? *Deep in concentration in the bay window
     
The fine collection of antique toys The Wandle Industrial Room The Wandle Leisure Room
     
The Billiards Room restored to former glory The gleaming fireplace alcove in
The Billiards Room
The Billiards Room looking towards
the Marion camera display
     
The Drawing Room Temporary exhibitions will be displayed in
The Drawing Room
The Schools Activity Room
     
The Making of Sutton Room The new railway sits in the wonderful bay window in The Making of Sutton Room The Railway Alcove in
The Making of Sutton Room
     
The magnificent London Brighton & South Coast Railway clock on the landing Through the window! The Bathroom
     
The old wall exposed in the north corridor The re-opened staircase The upstairs corridor and its fine art display

All images and text on this page are
Copyright Paul Williams and *Neal Vaughan / The Friends of Honeywood Museum 2012

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