Restoring objects from our collection often reveals fascinating secrets, and LNER Class A4 60008 Dwight D. Eisenhower was no exception.
Mark worked at the National Railway Museum as part of the web team.
Some eerie photographs and amazing 3D stereo cards offer a glimpse of the London Underground in years past.
For Picture of the Week, Mark Green has chosen this vertigo-inducing shot of the widening of a railway cutting in Liverpool in 1881.
Our staff and volunteers reveal their favourite images from our vast photography collection.
We’ve just launched a new railway photos section on our main website, with over 3500 images from our gigantic photo collection. It’s only a tiny proportion of the over 1.75 million photographs we have in stores – we’re concentrating for the moment on official photos from old railway works – but we’re only just getting started. We’ll be adding many thousands more pictures over the coming months. Even better, the photos are released under a Creative Commons license: they’re free for […]
Find out how volunteers made Railfest 2012, the biggest rail celebration the country has ever seen, possible.
Catch up with the latest progress in the restoration of Flying Scotsman.
Take a look at the latest progress on the restoration of Flying Scotsman.
See the latest photos of our progress on the restoration of Flying Scotsman.
From today, we’ll be bringing you regular blog updates on the restoration of Flying Scotsman.
Explore the different ways in which the railways have entered our national consciousness—particularly through language.
Experience our magnificent locomotives in a different light.