A couple of weekends ago Tam and I went to Summerlee Industrial Museum for a wander around. My work has a lot of old cinema equipment that Summerlee stores for us and I was hoping to see some of it on display, but they only had one projector and a tiny cinema section on the floor. Mind you, that beautiful organ kind of made up for it - it even had buttons for sound effects! Annoyingly, another display was positioned directly opposite it so I couldn't stand back enough to get the gorgeous back screen in too. It's well worth checking out though. The museum itself is a great building but not as solely focused on the 'industrial' part of its name as I expected - my favourite parts (after the cinema paraphernalia of course) were the everyday items on display. Clothing, china and grocery items were all accounted for, and the knitted football items were a particular highlight.
There was a canal boat and a tram ride outside the building that we didn't get around to investigating so we could have spent a bit longer there, but my stomach was crying out for food and...well, food always wins.