The back end of the tender’s looking good as new and plenty of parts are now being test-fitted and tweaked as things take shape.
We get a surprising amount of enquiries about railway clocks. Luckily, we have quite a few records in the archives.
As Volunteers’ Week approaches its conclusion, we find out just how much work goes into running our Signalling School model railway for a day.
Volunteers’ Week is still going—here’s a look at what it’s like to work with our Development team.
Find out what it’s like to look after one of our Information Points as part of our series of Volunteers’ Week posts.
As Volunteers’ Week continues, here’s a glimpse into life behind the scenes of our model railway.
Volunteers’ Week begins tomorrow and through the week we’ll be sharing an insight into what five of our volunteers get up to at the museum.
There’s grinding, painting, scraping and cleaning this month as the restoration rumbles on.
Photographic Archives Volunteer Nick has found some intriguing images in a collection covering the Nidd Valley Light Railway.
There might be water in the boiler, but plenty of jobs are still on the go as the painstaking restoration continues.