Hundreds enjoy Easter fun at popular transport museum in Lowestoft
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Hundreds of people braved the Easter showers to enjoy an egg hunt at the East Anglia Transport Museum (EATM) in Carlton Colville.
About 600 visitors attended the popular annual event on Sunday, which saw children collect a set of clues as they walked through the museum gates.
Once inside, they had to find letters hidden around the site spelling out the word 'chocolate' - and everyone who solved the puzzle could choose either an Easter egg or toy as a reward.
Visitors also enjoyed free rides on the trolleybuses, trams and railway as well as face painting.
The museum is now open regularly on Thursdays and Sundays from 12 noon to 4.30pm until the end of September with other days added in as the season progresses.
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EATM's next major event will be a 1940s weekend on May 13 and 14.
Visit www.eatransportmuseum.co.uk for opening times and special events.
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