Lego stormtrooper on a visit to the Black Country Living Museum he needed to fill up his Tie Fighter so at Broome’s garage which is a replica of the Conway Garage in Sedgley Road. Though unfortunately as the garage is from the 1930’s they only had leaded fuel for that time so no unleaded petrol. So he couldn’t fill up, which is a pity as the cost of fuel in 1930 would have been per litre 2 pence in old money. A fair bit cheaper than today.
He really did enjoy his time at the black country museum, as even at the time of his visit your ticket does cover him for a whole year, so he will return again.
But don’t worry he had enough fuel to get home 🙂
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