The National Railway Museum Search Engine reopening on Wednesdays


The National Railway Museum is reopening Search Engine on Wednesdays from 6 September 2023.

Credit: National Railway Museum/Victorian Photographer – Crowds outside Poplar station, 22 May 1897. The station is decorated to celebrate the opening of the Blackwall tunnel by the Prince of Wales.

The National Railway Museum’s Search Engine is a research and archive facility.

On Wednesdays, the Search Engine will now be open for books (including the children’s book area), journals, microfilm, films and PC access.

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The new opening hours will be Wednesday to Saturday 10.00-16.30, providing an additional day of access. Access to the archives is available Thursday to Saturday.

The museum looks forward to welcoming you in on this extra day!

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