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|Subject: Peer Review: A87743866 - Museum Of Science and Industry, Manchester, England, UK|
Posted Mar 7, 2012 by Bluebottle
|Entry: Museum Of Science and Industry, Manchester, England, UK - A87743866|
Author: Bluebottle with Bald Bloke, Bel, BrownFurby, Candi, Dr Anthea, Lanzababy, Magwitch, Metal Chicken, Milla, minichessemouse, Phil, Solnushka, Spimcoot, Tavaron da Quirm, the_jon_m, Titania, Tufty & Witty Moniker - U43530
It is still possible to make last-minute contributions here: A87743596 Hurry - writing the article must end soon!
This is a slightly different sort of article as it is a collaboration between many of the researchers who attended the h2g2 Manchester meet:
1. Bald Bloke (U55660)
2. Bel (U230913)
3. Bluebottle (U43530)
4. BrownFurby (U151102)
5. Candi (U187278)
6. Dr Anthea (U203430)
7. Lanzababy (U10790805)
8. Magwitch (U780990)
9. Metal Chicken (U97477)
10. Milla feels at home. (U153664)
11. minichessemouse (U8131912)
12. Phil (U55494)
13. Solnushka (U138596)
14. Spimcoot (U181927)
15. Tavaron da Quirm ... (U1314679)
16. the_jon_m (U204330)
17. Titania and Ripley (U135628)
18. Tufty (U566116)
19. Witty Moniker (U15777)
And although I would not ask
Some researchers contributed a lot, many contributed a little. I wish to ensure that everyone has a contribution that makes it to the finished article. The last thing I want is for a researcher's sole suggestion to be deleted or altered beyond their original intent. (Of course, grammar can be corrected and anything I've written can be chopped and changed as there's more than enough rubbish by Bluebottle clogging up the guide )
|Subject: A87743866 - Museum Of Science and Industry, Manchester, England, UK|
Posted Mar 9, 2012 by MMF - Keeper of Mustelids, with added P.M.A. "Cry God for Harry, England and St. George"
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|My take, short though it is.|
MMF was disappointed that the Ashcroft was not disability friendly, as was looking forward to riding on it. However he was lucky to have locker 42, courtesy of Pastey. The lockers are downstairs, so again not disability friendly.
Unfortunately, the train trip was split into two groups, causing the Meet to become split. This meant MMF lost contact with all Meet attendees so, after a fruitless search for them (they blend into the background so easily) he retired to the cafe and a much needed coffee and a sit-down. Cobbles, stairs and a walking stick do not happy bedfellows, make! Definitely want to visit again, but preferably with a segway or something equivalent.
Big, isn't it? Puts the London museum to shame!