A long, long time ago, way back in 1991, a
museum was erected dedicated to the
Pewter Age of Science.
The Pewter age was an age when caution, safety and planning were
thrown to the wind, in the name of inventing something quick and
getting the money.
The actual building has long since burned down or fell over, no one
seems to remember, but here stands an in-complete record of the
fantastic inventions and discoveries that, for a time, existed there.
The original curators of
the Museum were: