A woman’s work is never done—especially not on the railways when there’s a war on.
We have become familiar with images of wartime Christmas truces where fighting stopped—but this certainly wasn’t the universal experience on the Western Front 100 years ago.
The most recent addition to our rare book collection is an amazing insight into the lives of people who worked on ambulance trains during the First World War.
Find out how railway ships were transformed for medical duties during the First World War.
Simon Batchelor reveals the role of railway company ships at critical points in the First World War.