The Museum is housed in a huge purpose-built structure, with streets laid out to represent Hampshire in the late Victorian era and in the 1930s:
Streets, shops and houses were occupied by a mixture of costumed volunteers and mannequins, and some of the recordings of conversations that accompanied the plastic people were rather fun. I especially like these removal men:
I also liked these two vehicles, although I was disappointed that the sweets were more restricted as to how many one could purchase compared with my memories of Beamish Open Air Museum:
Although I prefer open air museums and original (if transplanted) buildings, the posters on the walls and noticeboards were a nice touch:
And finally, some more Thornycroft vehicles:
Milestones is well worth a visit, but the lighting isn't brilliant for photography unless one has a better camera than mine.