Monthly Archives: July 2011

Beresford’s Combined Folding Lavatory and Writing Desk – Wolverton Works Archive

Take a close look at the drawing below and see what you think… The drawing is part of the Wolverton Works archive, and it was found during a recent session to catalogue engineering drawings that make up the collection. It shows a ‘combined folding lavatory … Continue reading

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Station Hall redevelopment in pictures

I’m Ruth Leach, an Interpretation Developer here at the National Railway Museum, and I’m part of the team working on the Station Hall redevelopment.  The last few weeks have seen some really exciting work being carried out in Station Hall, … Continue reading

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Station Hall redevelopment starts

I’m Joe Savage, an Interpretation Manager at the National Railway Museum. I work with the exhibitions team and I am always on the lookout for fun ways of interpreting our spectacular objects (as well as the objects that are less … Continue reading

Posted in Museum news, Rail vehicle collections, Small object collections, Station Hall redevelopment | 10 Comments