On Sunday 22nd May members of the Eastern Region gathered to board a 1956 SB Bedford coach for our trip to the Imperial War Museum London, the choice of vehicle was generally agreed to be an interesting and amusing choice. Our route took in the iconic Tower Bridge which became a photo opportunity for the tourists on the bridge, a little different from the red Route Master they usually get to photograph. The museum was very interesting with the usual military vehicles associated with war, some rather casual parking of a boat on the third floor and the obligatory Spitfire and Monty’s Humber staff car. Also of interest were parts of the Berlin Wall and a rather thought-provoking Holocaust display and a very moving battered window from from one of the Twin Towers. All in all, a very successful trip.