On a previous visit to York we visited the National Railway Museum but didn’t spend much time there, this time we spent most of the day in the museum and found there was still plenty to see although my husband was disappointed that Stephenson’s Rocket was not in operation this time.
When we are on our travels sometimes when we visit places there is a vast difference in the photos we take. The Railway museum is a classic example. My husband tends to take photos of all things mechanical while I am more interested in the artistic side of things, the livery etc.
I particularly liked this poster. . .”regard for our passengers eupeptic welfare” I had heard of peptic ulcers so assumed it was linked to that! the meaning is : of or having good digestion.
Not too sure why you would have 143 passengers in a well!
Not a clear photo but I had no idea that the Flying Scotsman had visited Australia.
Did Paddington get wrapped up instead of just having a luggage tag?
The York National Railway Museum is a wonderful place to visit and you should put it on your list if you are visiting the UK.