The only comprehensive guide to Britain's transport and industrial heritage
The Old Railway Station,
Tel: 01594 833 569.
Railway museum, housed in the original GWR Goods Station of 1883. Full size locomotive and signal box, relics, 7.25in. gauge miniature railway and model…
Tel: 01525 287 121.
Visit this hidden gem on the Marston Vale rail line. The station building is built in the distinctive Victorian Gothic ‘Cottage Orné’ style, and the…
Tel: 01744 677 822.
The exhibition is housed in a former British Rail Mk.1 carriage specially converted for the purpose. It is in the grounds of Rainhill Library and connected…
The Old Station,
Tel: 01291 689 566.
Set in 10 acres of riverside meadow with stunning views. The old Victorian waiting room is home to a multi-award winning tea room. A small museum display…
Tel: 01661 852 498.
Displays focus on the importance of Wylam and its several local railway pioneers, including George Stephenson, Timothy Hackworth and William Hedley, whose…
Tel: 01794 500 523.
The box was closed in 1982 and has been preserved on its own dedicated site and restored to operational order. Visitors are encouraged to pull levers to…
The Railway Station,
Tel: 01748 850 123.
Housed in the Booking Office of the impressive Victorian railway station, the centre includes many artefacts to give a fascinating insight into the history…
Isle of Man,
Tel: 01624 836 855.
The museum charts the history of the steam powered railway from its inception in 1873 to the present day including the now defunct lines which used to…
Tel: 01248 353 084.
Set in the extensive stableblock of Penrhyn Castle, the museum houses a fine collection of historic locomotives and model railways including originals…
Tel: 08448 153 139.
The museum in York is responsible for conserving and interpreting the British national collection of railway vehicles and other artefacts. The collections…
Tel: 01388 777 999.
70 railway heritage vehicles from the National Collection. Discover more about Shildon's role as the world's first railway town and the life of railway…