Preservation Volunteering Diaries


The footplate crew of the T9 share some stories

Due to the popularity of my volunteer diaries working on Canadian Pacific, the blog of UK Heritage Hub, will be introducing a new series of posts featuring other stories from the preservation world. As part of our ongoing recognition of the amazing volunteers who run and operate our heritage scene we will be highlighting some volunteers and will be sharing their stories with you.

Merchant Navy class - 35005 Canadian Pacific -  Eastleigh Dec 2013 (right view)A team of volunteers working on Canadian Pacific

If you work or volunteer in the railway heritage world we would love to hear you from you. The variety of volunteers is mind-boggling from cleaners to drivers, wagon crew to carriage carpenters, working on miniature railways to mainline express locomotives, from the UK around the globe to Australia – the world of railway preservation is huge and we would like to like to hear from any of you who would like to share your experiences!  Support is at hand if you need it, from discussing content to proof reading and it’s all done for free!

If you’d like to share your tales please contact us at

Thanks for reading

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