Loughborough University lecturer Dr Lise Jaillant explores the literary phenomenon that went hand in hand with the rise of rail travel.
What were the dangers of early rail travel? How did the arrival of steam power shape our landscape? What will the train of the future look like? The museum team unravel questions like these to tell the story of the railways.
What impact did the railways have on Victorian cultural life?
How were London’s main transport arteries constructed?
The history of dining on the railways is brought to life at the National Railway Museum.
Discover the stories of Australian railwaymen who travelled across the world to fight.
Drunkenness and work on the railways: a potentially catastrophic combination.