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Going Underground in Budapest

Every great city has its network of subterranean railways to help the inhabitants get from point a to point b. London has her Tube with its famous map and iconic roundel, New York her  almost incomprehensible… 498 more words

Night Shift at the Transport Museum:

A couple of weeks ago I decided to try out the Transport Museum late opening, in conjunction with their Night Shift exhibition. For under £25, the two of us were allowed the run of the museum (although sadly not of the tube driving simulator that I remember so fondly from my youth!) 504 more words


Heritage Transport Museum in Gurgaon- worth getting out of bed on a weekend!

I was not going to give up so easily. So I pushed. “Can we go to the Heritage Transport Museum this weekend? I am hearing great things”. 673 more words


Museum staff forced to take pay cut

Museum staff forced to take pay cut

Museum staff in Coventry – working for the trust that manages the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, the Transport Museum, Lunt Fort and the Priory Visitor Centre – are being forced to take a pay cut which could cost them up to £3000 a year. 325 more words

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How Stockholm developed a world class Transportation Network?

A time pass visit to Spårvagsmuseet, the Transport Museum of Stockholm, with Vajresh Balaji, has turned out to be a day of Inspiration and big time knowledge about Transport history of Stockholm. 454 more words


Going underground

The London Underground is a bit like Marmite, you either love it or hate it. Most of us just grin and bear it in the morning rush hour, so why are the symbols of The Tube so iconic? 106 more words