Archive collections and personal histories can help us paint a picture of life for a station master across the last century.
Sally worked on our Station Hall redevelopment project from 2010 to 2012.
Discover the story of a father and daughter who, when it came to station work, chose to keep it in the family.
It’s not just humans who’ve got stories to tell—our Station Stories project also gathered lots of tales about man’s best friend.
Love it or loathe it, the provision of food by railway companies has always been an important part of the rail passenger experience.
The Station Stories project ventures further afield—and enlists the help of some young volunteers.
As part of our ongoing Station Stories project, we’ve been visiting different railway locations in search of stories.
Find out more about our Station Stories project and how we’re preserving memories of the railways for the future.
Photographs reveal more about a gentleman and his trunk.
Station Hall will tell the story of train journeys that are special and ordinary—the once in a lifetime trip and the daily commute.
Discover the family story behind this very well-travelled piece of luggage.
Sally Sculthorpe shares some insights into her work on our Station Hall redevelopment project.