Day 2 in York meant the National Railway Museum and we were there for opening. Which given our early morning alarm call was a feat in itself.
We headed straight to the Main Hall to see Mallard. She was the reason we were there. We wanted to see her side-by-side with Dominion of Canada and Dwight D Eisenhower.
Mallard wasn't there.
I had to laugh, because they say things come in threes: late train, fire alarm and now no Mallard on display. After some confusion as to where she might be, we found her in the Museum's Works, looking very sad and dare I say it, small.