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Spent the day in Birmingham AL to check out the major expansion at the Barber museum. It’s been 5 years and it was impressive. I’m no photographer and shots taken with my I-phone. 

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duckbubbles

My first visit to the Barber Museum was when they were still located in downtown Birmingham.  For some reason they did not allow cameras then.

Always impressive to the point of overwhelming.   I have not been to the Museum since the expansion of the new building but need to go soon.

 

Frank

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7 hours ago, duckbubbles said:

My first visit to the Barber Museum was when they were still located in downtown Birmingham.  For some reason they did not allow cameras then.

Always impressive to the point of overwhelming.   I have not been to the Museum since the expansion of the new building but need to go soon.

 

Frank

I also first went to the old building. It is incredible now. 

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Miguel!

Thanks for the photos. Looks very interesting. I've never been there. Cheers. Miguel

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Calugo

Nice pictures thanks for sharing. I passed through Birmingham December 2019 and had a mind to stop at the museum but my truck was in limp mode and I had over a 1000 miles to drive to get home so I passed on stopping. Driving from the Louisiana/Mississippi border to PA in limp mode with my GSA in the bed of my truck wasn't any fun. Truck could average about 50-55 mph on level ground but the slightest incline and the best I could was manage was around 35mph sometimes not even that, by the grace of God I made it home safe. Hope to one day get down that way and stop in and see all the bikes.

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