In 2013 I had the pleasure of visiting the National Railway Museum, York and seeing all six preserved LNER A4 class locomotives together at once. The experience was covered in the blog post Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (aka Locoyard in the NRM), which summed up my excitement of the event! Over the course of the following months from the visit, a large number of blog posts were published and with the hope of organising them into one place I created this post that I hope you will enjoy!
The best way to show the inner workings of a steam engine?
Too ill to join the party… The Flying Scotsman
A Chinese Beast from Lancashire
LSWR Drummond M7 Tank Engine 245
Lanky Tank – Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway 2-4-2T No 1008
North Eastern Railway 2-2-4T 66 Aerolite
National Railway Museum – the last bits!
Also related to these articles are the following two outposts of the NRM –
The Science Museum, London
STEAM – Museum of the Great Western Railway, Swindon
3 thoughts on “Exhibits of the National Railway Museum York”
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