Wonderlab artist Pippa Hale provides an insight into her work on Play Revolution, a crucial part of our new gallery.
Alexander Appleton shares discoveries about Leonard Raisbeck, an impactful but little-known figure in early railways.
Lawrence Jones explores the life of infamous WHSmith bookstall manager Mr Olney.
Faris Al-Ali unveils the story of an extraordinary railway bookstall that will feature in our redeveloped Station Hall.
Bob explores the issue of rolling contact fatigue and October 2000’s Hatfield rail crash—and new technology that could prevent it from happening again.
Hornby delve into their expansive back catalogue of Flying Scotsman models as celebrations for the famous loco’s centenary begin.
Ashlynn Welburn explores the intertwined histories of the queer community and the railways.
Another update from Law on the joy of prototyping, and how visitors have got involved.
On the 50th anniversary of the Ugandan Asian expulsion order, Sophie Vohra and William Law look into the history of South Asian communities in East Africa and Britain, and how their paths have crossed with British owned and operated railways.
Mike Esbester shares fantastic news from the Railway Work, Life and Death project, which has 16,000 new records.
How a small revolution took place in our extensive collection of railway timetables.
Sarah Price shares some good news about the new building soon to appear at Locomotion.