We went round the SS Great Briton which is a very cool ship. There is nothing amazing about it in this day and age, but it was built in 1843 and was in service for 90 years. It was the first of just about everything in anything of this scale – propeller driven, iron hull, and the Cutty Sark, elsewhere in this blog was built at around the same time.
Then we went to the flight museum at Flinton, which was a little bit of a let down. It has a Concorde which is great, but it could do with another hanger with more planes to make it better value.
Obviously we also visited the Clifton Suspension bridge: