London Gazette

 

­TOMORROW’S WORLD… TODAY! YOUR STORIES PLEASE!

March 7, 1885 ·

The Department for the Advancement of Sciences grand expo “Tomorrow’s World… Today” kicked off with a bang on Monday, as anxious delegates waited to get a glimpse of what is being heralded as the first ‘mechanical man’.

Lady Frobisher Addresses Guests

The crowd was a mix of Factions, each eager to see what the scientists had up their sleeve. While people waited for the show to begin, many tok advantage to shop at the art and crafts market at the venue, under London Bridge Train Station.

Our reporter was ejected by security staff for trying to get a photograph of mechanical parts before the show started. We have heard unconfirmed reports of two robberies, protests and an assault of a member of the audience.

If you witnessed anything unusual at the event, or if you have an opinion on what happened at the show, please get in touch with the London Gazette, we would like to hear from you.

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