i do understand there is a lot of work involved tough so maybe you do need the two
I just know from experience that we need two in order to properly manage the show. Of course we've only being doing this for a couple of years. Perhaps with a bit more experience we can narrow it down.
As for Collins Barracks, the museum display is really good and well worth seeing. Just don't bring a camera in with you as they won't allow any photography and they're quite strict about it.
One thing of interest that they have is The Asgard, the boat used during the Howth gun-running. They've restored it to a fine condition.
Spud wrote:OMG what kind of museum is that??? you would think they have something to hide
The Museum in East Fortune Scotland is like that, Was taking shots using a tripod when a dude came over to me asking if I had a permit, I said what for and he mentions in case I trip over my tripod I need to sign a sheet to exempt them from claim, I said I wont be telling anyone I tripper over my own tripod as I would feel a bit dumb. Anyhow went to sign disclaimer and it was for a non publishing clause not to post anything on the net, Talk about not wanting to promote the museum, Now they had such things as vulcan, concored Buccanners etc, They need to take in a lot of flashes before they crumble to the ground, Probably the same for collins barracks. Anyhow no need to use a flash if you have the proper gear!!
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