Delving into the GEC Traction archive reveals a fascinating slice of engineering history.
From legendary locomotives and over 200 items of rolling stock to china tea services, uniforms, posters and even a railway bridge, our collection tells the story of the railways in incredible detail.
Promotional cupcakes prompt an exploration of how railway companies have catered to changing tastes.
Collecting archive film isn’t black and white – as an exploration of the different formats in the National Railway Museum collection shows.
The world’s most famous locomotive drew crowds eager to see it in all its carefully restored glory.
Christmas is always a busy time for our railways, as a significant portion of the population plan to visit friends, family, or use it to get away from all that festive stuff. But the extra pressure on the railways can push the service – and its passengers – to the limit.
The amazing collections at the National Railway Museum encompass global as well as British rail history.