Monthly Archives: December 2013

Our December in numbers

As the party season draws to a close, in the world of events at least, the National Railway Museum Events team are gearing up for this Saturday night’s final Wonderland Express party of 2013. If you have celebrated with us … Continue reading

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Going loco for Christmas Dinner

Cooking food on fires is definitely a man thing. In the summer you can see the majority of BBQs across the land manned by blokes, beer in hand, discussing the best ways to cremate a burger. Driving trains also used … Continue reading

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Borough Market Junction Buttons up for Winter

Thanks to the generosity of the Southern Friends, Borough Market Junction Signal Box has been the subject of major restoration work in 2013. Considered the ‘Busiest signal box in Britain’, because it handled almost 100 trains an hour at peak times, … Continue reading

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Creating a future for the Lancashire & Yorkshire Signalling School

2013 began with a celebration for the Lancashire & Yorkshire Signalling School Railway, as we marked the layouts 100th birthday. 2013 is now ending with a milestone project as the layouts operational handbook is almost complete. So why do we … Continue reading

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