Discover more about the design behind a symbol of modernity.
Bob Gwynne is Associate Curator at the National Railway Museum.
Bob Gwynne shares the personal connection of one visitor to one of the locomotives on display at the museum.
Bob Gwynne recounts the journey of a restored loco back to its Welsh birthplace.
Curator Bob Gwynne provides an update on the overhaul of a style icon that brought modernism to 1970s railways.
Associate Curator Bob Gwynne explains the mammoth task of moving a locomotive halfway around the world.
Associate Curator Bob Gwynne provides an update on the restoration of the original HST prototype power car.
The sun is shining and a whole team of people are hard at work preparing for Railfest as 2 June gets closer.
Railway history isn’t all about steam, as Railfest 2012 shows.
Railway history is littered with the most surprising links—Associate Curator Bob Gwynne explores one curious railway connection.
When people talk of the ‘greats’ of the East Coast main line, one name tends to be mentioned above all: Sir Nigel Gresley, designer of Mallard and Flying Scotsman.
Before Christmas I found myself in conversation with Peter Van Zellor, historian of all things minimum gauge (i.e. 15” gauge), and a driver of many years experience at the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway.
An essential part of Victorian journey planning, Bradshaw’s Guide was also an object of satire and ridicule.