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Head of Steam Newsletter

Head of Steam (previously Darlington Railway centre and Museum) are emailing their monthly newsletters to the group. They can be found in the list below.

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HOS Newsletter, October 2011

The Tornado Story: an intimate account of the building of the Peppercorn class A1 60163 Tornado. The first main line steam locomotive to be built in the UK since the 1960s, Tornado's importance to Darlington and the North East is explored for the first time in this major exhibition. With artefacts on loan from The A1 Steam Locomotive Trust, 'The Tornado Story' is told by those who made it!

HOS Newsletter, September 2011

Steam and Diesel Shuttle Weekends, 17th & . 18th and 24th & 25th September 2011. Take in the sights, sounds and smells of operating steam and diesel engines.

HOS Newsletter, August 2011

The Art of Robert Stephenson: images of the man, his life and his works is currently on display at Head of Steam Museum. Build your own railway semaphore signal with members of the Institution of Civil Engineers and Robert Stephenson Trust on Saturday 10th September 2011.

HOS Newsletter, July 2011

Get ready for another Roman invasion at the Railway Museum.

HOS Newsletter, June 2011

Head of Steam - Darlington Railway Museum has just launched a new, up-to-date guidebook, the first to be issued since the one published by the original Museum Trust in 1982. The new book is proving popular with museum visitors and is selling very well.

HOS Newsletter, May 2011

Vintage Vehicle Rally - Sunday 22nd May.

HOS Newsletter, April 2011

Easter Activities at the Museum - Fun for all the family!

HOS Newsletter, March 2011

Trenches and Trinkets: an exhibition of Darlington Crested China Mementos of World War One.

HOS Newsletter, February 2011

Head of Steam museum made it on to the BBC twice during January!

HOS Newsletter, January 2011

Plans for the year ahead.

HOS Newsletter, December 2010

Santa at the station.