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Great Hall is the heart of our museum - here you can see Mallard, Rocket, Shinkansen the rest of our locomotive collection.
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Soak up the atmosphere of this historic building filled with vehicles and other items spanning a century of railway history.
Our state of the art Gallery space opened in 2011 and contains a rolling programme of great exhibitions.
The South Yard is the Museum's outdoor area, home to locomotives, railways lines and the children's play area.
The Workshop isn't just for show - it's home to the maintenance depot where our specialist team keep our locomotives running and looking tip-top.
There are 1001 surprises here - it's place that houses a welter of collection items that haven't made it to full-blown displays.
This is our devoted centre for education. We offer a range of workshops for all ages to help you get the most out of your visit, all FREE.
This is our research and archive hub - here you can explore the history of rail transport and discover previously unseen treasures from our archives.
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