An escape to the Scottish countryside takes a grisly turn in this instalment in our short fiction series, Case Files.
Delve into intriguing and unexpected finds from our extensive archive of railway records, working drawings, personal papers, photographs and more.
Historian Mike Esbester reveals the background to a collaborative project between the National Railway Museum and the University of Portsmouth.
What curious events await passengers in the dining car? Find out in the latest instalment of our short fiction series by York creative writing students.
An odd character and a carriage key lead to criminal developments on a night train in the latest instalment in our short fiction series by York creative writing students.
Immerse yourself in the latest story in our short fiction series by York creative writing students.
This Case Files story is the second in a series written by creative writing students at York St John University.
This Case Files story is the first in a series written by creative writing students at York St John University.
Cataloguing the archive collection of Harold Holcroft’s papers has revealed an insight into the man’s life.
Exploring the archives sheds light on the early links between railways and crime.
Loughborough University lecturer Dr Lise Jaillant explores the literary phenomenon that went hand in hand with the rise of rail travel.
What impact did the railways have on Victorian cultural life?
How were London’s main transport arteries constructed?