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This delightful museum presents a superb social history of the first half of the 20th century. It’s not so much about the bikes - thought they are interesting - as about all of the trades and professions that used the bikes. The owner is so...More
Among the many museums To visit, this one is really particular and different from all others. You will find bikes of all sorts used in the past to carry wares used for people’s jobs: firemen’s bikes had a hose incorporated, the mechanic for bikes had...More
Located in the ground floor of a church building, this museum shows bicycles used historically by different trades, booksellers, priests, teachers, dog catchers, milk vendors, knife sharpeners, and on and on. Each bicycle is outfitted with the historical items used with it.
A fascinating place...More
Being British, I'm partial to eccentricity. This was a real fun collection of vehicles adapted for various trades. A bicycle is a bicycle, but how did they find all the paraphernalia to go with them. An absolute triumph and so much more fun than the...More
I'd expected a small but absorbing collection of bicycles that had been specially adapted for use in particular old trades. In fact the collection's quite large - too large for leisurely wandering if you want to see it all, anyway - and most of the...More
Don't miss this museum if 1) you love bicycles and 2) if you want a unique snapshot into how important bicycles were in the past. This collection of bicycles includes every sort of profession in which a tradesman-woman used the bicycle for his job. There...More
I had no idea that there were so many trades carried out by bicycle. Now I know because all the bikes are here along with the implements used by the tradesperson. Firemen, carpenters, writers, blacksmiths, etc. It's all there.