History

The Unfortunate Tale of the Museum of Practical Geology Pt II. Dippy and the Nippies

We rejoin the Museum of Practical Geology in the final years of Victoria’s reign.  Still cramped, and welcoming about 200 visitors a day through its notoriously gloomy entrance hall.  Over in ‘Albertopolis’ the newer Museums are prospering.  The Natural History and Science Museums are open with far more space available.  The foundation stone for the … Continue reading