Museum of Communication

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… an interesting place in Burntisland …

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… the current exhibition takes you back in time …
(especially if you’re as old as me)

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… to when mobiles were bricks and
telexes were the height of fast communication …

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… and portable music was a handy suitcase
with record player …

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… a great place to visit for nostalgia
and all things technical …

(for just £3 which includes tea/biscuits)

Museum of Communication website 

does that sound like an ad?
well don’t care if it does as
they’re struggling in this economic climate
and need lots more visitors

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~ by marysia on 22 July 2013.

2 Responses to “Museum of Communication”

  1. I’d love to visit – looks wonderful. Is the museum near to you?

    Just to let you know that David will leaving Creative Partnership on Friday. Mixed emotions, as you can imagine.

    Am thigh-high in work at the moment but hope to speak soon. Hope you’re well and not too hot!

    Nellie xx

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