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Trams, buses and TGVs – drawings from the GEC archives
By Charlotte Dennard

Delving into the GEC Traction archive reveals a fascinating slice of engineering history.

Researching at the Network Rail archives
By Ellen Tait

In preparation for our exhibition Destination Stations, Ellen Tait takes a look through the Network Rail archives.

Engineered to perfection: cataloguing the GEC Traction Archives
By Charlotte Dennard

Charlotte Dennard explains the mammoth task of cataloguing our biggest archive collection—not a job for the faint-hearted!

Poetry in Motion: Verses and Odes from the archives
By Alison Kay

Poetry about the building of a railway bridge? Our fascinating archive collection has it all.

Diagrams, deers and decor: lighting represented in railway engineering archives
By Alison Kay

Our archive collections shed light on historic railway carriage interiors.

Celebrating the Jubilee: royal photos from our archives
By Alice Coltman

Get into the jubilee spirit with some festive photographs from our collection.

New finds from the NRM archives: Brunel and atmospheric railways
By Alison Kay

Archivist Alison Kay shares a fascinating discovery she recently made in our collection.

The Kenneth Cantlie Archive
By Leena Lindell

Cantlie Project Archivist Leena Lindell shares the story of a man who travelled the world and carved his career in the railways of three continents.

Rocket, Railtrack and a history of design
By Karen Baker

Five drawings of Rocket are among the latest collections now available in Search Engine.

Can you help on Transcription Tuesday?
By Mike Esbester

Dr Mike Esbester needs a hand on 5 February—here’s why.

Daddy long-legs—a weird and wonderful railway
By Nick Ansell

Photographic Archives Volunteer Nick sheds some light on an unusual discovery.

Railway Workers After the Accident
By Mike Esbester

Dr Mike Esbester introduces a new resource from the ‘Railway Work, Life & Death’ project to coincide with Disability History Month.

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