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.
Sally Sculthorpe shares some insights into her work on our Station Hall redevelopment project.
We have a vast art collection at the National Railway Museum, full of treasures like this beautiful linocut.
Discover the impact one designer had on the development of British railway posters.
It’s snow joke driving a locomotive in the winter weather.
Two paintings found in a pub are now an important part of our art collection.
Having a locomotive named after you is no small honour—Lorna Hogger explores why two bear Eric Treacy’s name.
While Mallard is away from York, we explore some of the iconic images of the locomotive from our collection.