First the Burnaby Building to see the new Physics labs and teaching rooms. The outside is different. But inside we could recognise the equipment and it’s function, after a bit of coaching from the Head of Labs.
A short stroll took us to the old Physics block. Originally built as the technical school in the 19th century. Inside the building looked the same, with the addition of a lift in the stairwell.
Comments were made that this lift prevents the release of balloons in the basement, that would rise to the top. But I never saw that. I wasn’t there. It wasn’t me. I was racing aerosol cans down corridors of London 🙂
After our second tour we sat on the steps for a photo.
Can you spot Professor Nixon? He was kind enough to host us all in the final year for supper. Us and our significant others. Brave chap. Outstanding evening.
A similar supper awaited us tonight 🙂