But you will have to wait for a while before you can see it:
Bolton Museum, Aquarium and Archive is to undergo a major refurbishment in order to highlight the importance of the town’s most famous invention.
As a result, the gallery will close to the public on January 4, 2010 for approximately 10 months while the £530,000 project is carried out.
The new gallery will be divided into three sections, looking at industrialisation and the impact of the invention of the Spinning Mule; the subsequent developments in Bolton since the textile industry declined and the lives of Boltonians past and present.
Highlights will include a “talking heads” display featuring anecdotes from the characters of Samuel Crompton and Richard Arkwright plus a new bronze bust of Fred Dibnah.
Please let me know in the comments if you know anything about the new bust.