Monthly Archives: February 2012

The human story behind a cabin trunk

In a previous blog I shared the story of Herman Booth and his cabin trunk. Earlier this week, I received a letter from Mr Booth’s relatives containing two wonderful photographs of the man himself. These snapshots offer a fascinating glimpse … Continue reading

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Railfest 2012: from Synolda to Sand Hutton and back again

This is one of a series of blog posts we’ll be bringing you in the run-up to our huge 9-day Railfest 2012 festival in June 2012. More blog posts about Railfest 2012 Before Christmas I found myself in conversation with … Continue reading

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Railfest 2012: the little loco that gave a vicar “barbarous treatment”

This is one of a series of blog posts we’ll be bringing you in the run-up to our huge 9-day Railfest 2012 festival in June 2012. More blog posts about Railfest 2012 I’m Sarah Fellows, an Assistant Interpretation Developer. I … Continue reading

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