In The Works, the overhaul of Nigel Gresley continues.
Drunkenness and work on the railways: a potentially catastrophic combination.
The team behind the restoration of locomotive Sir Nigel Gresley offer updates on their progress.
In The Works, the overhaul of Nigel Gresley continues. Locomotive Engineer Darrin Crone provides us with an insight of the previous couple of weeks’ work.
As part of the First World War Railway project here at the National Railway Museum, we are continuing to research and update the online fallen railwaymen database.
Hear from our Learning Content Developer Adam Fozard on creating a new family science show.
As a matter of fact I’m a rather cosmopolitan train – part-French, part-Brummie.
Design Manager Chris Mossop explores an artistic answer to a thorny problem for the railways.
We’re visited by huge numbers of families every year, and many of our youngest visitors are also our most enthusiastic.
The National Railway Museum relies on the fantastic work of volunteers—find out more about what they get up to.
Senior Lecturer in History Mike Esbester explores safety on the railways since 1913.
Collections Volunteer Ken Woods explains the process of cleaning a locomotive for museum display.