An Amazing Day Out

The Royal Geographical Society and the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum have teamed up to organise a very special event on Saturday 6 October 2007.

This fascinating day will include a visit to the permanent and temporary galleries of the Empire and Commonwealth Museum; a presentation on the new slavery and abolition exhibition ‘Breaking the Chains’ by Dr Gareth Griffiths, who is the museum’s director, founder and visionary; and an accompanied tour of Brunel’s railway station to discover what lies beneath.

The Brunel tour will include the awe-inspiring passenger shed, engine shed, cavernous underground vaults and the neo-Gothic grandeur of Brunel’s Great Western Railway boardroom.

Tickets can be obtained from Minuteman Press in Bedminster, Bristol, on 0117 966 5566.


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