It’s just come to my attention that entry to the London Transport Museum, which had been free to Freedom Pass holders since the museum reopened in November 2007 after a two-year, £22 million refurbishment, has been charged at £8 for all senior citizens since 1 March this year.
The London Transport Museum is a subsidiary company of TfL and was newly registered as a charity in March 2008; quite why the spirit of charity no longer applies to London’s senior citizens, I’m not sure.
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