Archive volunteer Robert Demaine delves into the story of S&DR Traffic Superintendent John Graham.
Robert Demaine is a volunteer in the National Railway Museum archive, where he repackages and transcribes archive items.
The naming of railway locomotives has often been a deeply symbolic practice, never more so than during the First World War.
What can our archives tell us about the realities of life for servicemen fighting in the First World War?
How did a group of Great Central Railway employees come to drown in Egypt? Our archives offer some answers.