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The Science Museum Group: Science Museum, London National Railway Museum, York Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester National Science and Media Museum, Bradford Locomotion, Shildon
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The Science Museum Group: Science Museum, London National Railway Museum, York Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester National Science and Media Museum, Bradford Locomotion, Shildon

Transfers from the Science & Industry Museum Collection

Object number

Description

Image

Y2001.315

Propeller tip from Avro Lancaster crashed landed at Chedburgh in 1945 by Flying Officer Kemp.

YS9/1998

Two photographs, one original and one facsimile of 5 Avro tutor aircraft flying upside down in formation. Photographer and date unknown.

YS11/1998

Painting of Avro Vulcan aircraft on route to Falklands in 1982 by Gib Baxter.

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The Science Museum Group: Science Museum, London National Railway Museum, York Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester National Science and Media Museum, Bradford Locomotion, Shildon

Y1986.254.1

Clock made from boss of a four bladed propeller, by the Royal Observer Corps as a prize.19141939.

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The Science Museum Group: Science Museum, London National Railway Museum, York Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester National Science and Media Museum, Bradford Locomotion, Shildon

Transfers from the Railway Museum Collection

Object number

Description

Image

1980-7008

Plough brake, London Midland & Scottish Railway, 16T ballast plough brake, No 197266, 1932.

1988-7003

Railway carriage, Great Central Railway, "Barnum" open third, No DE320709 (formerly E5666E), built 1910.

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The Science Museum Group: Science Museum, London National Railway Museum, York Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester National Science and Media Museum, Bradford Locomotion, Shildon

1989-7255

Diesel electric rail crane, model R1210 made by Coles Cranes Ltd., Sunderland in 1955. To lift 12 1/2 tons. 30 foot jib.

2008-7985

Steam locomotive, No 573, 'Handyman', 0-40ST, 3' gauge, made by Hudswell Clarke, Leeds, 1900. Length 18'6", width 5'9", height 9'5".

1994-7391

Wagon, Great Central Railway, Single Bolster, built by MetropolitanCammell Carriage, Wagon & Finance Company Limited, Old Park Works, Wednesbury, 1920, Tyne Improvement Commission No. 14, North Yorkshire Moors Railway No. 110.

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The Science Museum Group: Science Museum, London National Railway Museum, York Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester National Science and Media Museum, Bradford Locomotion, Shildon
Mineral Wagon, Societe Nationale de Chemins de Fer Francais (Nord Region) and reconditioned by British Railways in 1950, 16-ton (16T) mineral wagon, No ADB 192437, of 1946, built to SNCF/ 1978-7105 MetropolitanCammell Carriage & Wagon Company design of 1945. [Designated diagram number BR wagon 1/112, construction span 1945-1946, number built 7000]. Restored by HMS Sultan apprentices in October 1990. Selection of approximately 3010 photographs. Approximately two thirds of the photographs are from a collection of British Rail publicity prints dating from nationalisation in 1948 to the late 1995-7233/5 1980s. These photographs were taken by photographers based at various photographic units from the British Rail Western, Eastern, Southern, Scottish, London Midland region and Central photographic units
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The Science Museum Group: Science Museum, London National Railway Museum, York Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester National Science and Media Museum, Bradford Locomotion, Shildon
based in London. A third of the photographs for transfer are Great Western Railway prints dating from 1920s to 1970s.

2009-7053/1

Timetables from the Forsythe Collection of Transport Ephemera

2003-8411/1

Special notice No. 4E superseding Notice No 1E, issued by the Southern Railway, London East Division Special Train arrangements in connection with Evacuation of London. White paper booklet, 42 pages, Marked 'Secret'.

2002-7568/1

General Appendix to Working Timetables and Books of Rules and Regulations.Issued by British Railways, June 1981. B.R. 29944.

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The Science Museum Group: Science Museum, London National Railway Museum, York Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester National Science and Media Museum, Bradford Locomotion, Shildon

1963-15/1

Copy of the last Bradshaw railway guide to be published in 1961 before the firm went into liquidation after about 120 years of continuous publication.

E2016.0122.1

"Working timetables LNER & BR(ER) Official railway publications relating to qualifying examinations etc. Textbooks on railway operating. LNER Suburban Timetables (public)". 7 items.

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Objects from the National Railway Museum Collection