The museum has a lot of stuff about the woollen industry, which Bradford was famous for, and a lot about transport too. It also has a row of terraced houses of the type that mill workers lived in, with their rooms set up as they would have been through the decades. I think it's a great museum.
The first part of the museum has changing exhibitions. All the stuff by this artist, Beryl Hammill, was really good. These are tapestries, can you believe? I like the third one best.
I loved this ink painting too
I would have these in my living room for sure
This might have been my absolute favourite one
I love classic cars, the colours of them are always so pretty
I could imagine driving round the countryside in this
This one looks like the mafia would own it
I like the triangular shape of the front of this one
I really like old street signs too; where I live has a really old sign like the fourth one down here
I uploaded this photo to Facebook and Instagram with the caption "About me", because I was born in West Yorkshire but now live in South Yorkshire.
A Bradford tram
I love stuff about work politics and unions, so all these was fascinating to me
These old signs on the side of the row of houses are so fantastic
We met a friendly cat! Apparently he's called Wilfred
He was all stretched out in the sunshine
Proof of the sunshine - it was very bright and not particularly cold!
The 70s bedroom - we love the wallpaper!
An 80s chill out room
A salon, so cute.
The 1950s living room, I think
This was fascinating, it really isn't so long ago that people lived in such tight-knit communities
The row of houses itself - and look at the blue sky!
Last part to come soon!