York, Day 3

We started our day early again today to beat the crowds.  This time we were off to the Jorvik Viking Centre.  The Viking centre in York has been open 30 years and it tells the story about how the Vikings lived back 1000 years.   391 more words

Penguins Week By Week Countdown

Behind the Scenes: Field Grey Project Shoot

Last weekend, we turned the Field Grey office into a photographic studio with the help of photographer Nick Dunne to capture some of our latest projects for a website relaunch this spring. 50 more words

Field Grey Article

Railway workers who died in WW1

Do you have an ancestor who died in WW1? Did they work on the railways before the war? By visiting the National Railway Museum website you may be able to obtain information on your ancestor. 124 more words



This weekend the Telegraph online shared its favourite souvenirs from York and included two lovely products from the National Railway Museum Shop.  The Grand Old Duke of York children’s breakfast set is a family friendly gift and the bright and bold flying scotsman cushion will add a splash of colour to any room. 20 more words

Neat PR Press Coverage

York a friendly historic walled city

York is the traditional county town of Yorkshire. This city is well known because of the rich heritage and it is a destination for many tourists. 378 more words


building the future - bulldog builders

“All men are worms, but I believe I am a glowworm” – Winston Churchill.

I believe it is true to say that no glowworm of the 20th century glowed half as bright as Britain’s irrepressible leader. 

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Forthcoming Events, National Railway Museum, Churchill's Final Journey

Forthcoming Events

National Railway Museum

A Fantastic Free Day Out

Churchill’s Final Journey

30th January – 1st May 2015

To mark 50 years since Sir Winston Churchill’s State Funeral, the newly cosmetically restored SR Battle of Britain class 34051 ‘Winston Churchill’, locomotive, the Southern Railway’s baggage van as well as the Pullman carriage ‘Lydia’, which were all part of Churchill’s solemn last journey, will be reunited. 38 more words