Warning, rather photo-heavy post, although some of them don't seem to want to show.
Vintage hand flat machine - Bill King worked on this. You operate the large lever with one hand whilst pushing the carriage with the other. Looks like quite a work-out, but the machine isn't used much and would be smoother. The knitting it produces is very fine. One of these machines is manufactured by a company with the common spelling of my surname - a knitting ancestor perhaps?
The tearoom - purveyor of coffee, pavlova, and Bailey's cheesecake, to name but a few delights!
The shop and classroom - Anne Brown of Posh Frocks between classes
The "miscellaneous" yarn room - lots of single cones here.
Two views of the museum classroom. Pig sound effects extra for free! (the pigs live right outside this room) :)
Lots of literature in the corridor, plus odd doodads for your machines.
More yarn - the new stuff is Shamal and Metropolitan Crepe, there are two more small rooms of yarn via the door
Main corridor looking towards the entrance, coffee shop on the left (with photographs of garments worn that week in the window).
Big classroom - did my hands-on classes in here.
Bill King's masterclass in the museum.