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New exhibition is just the ticket for railway buffs

Railway enthusiasts should make tracks to Bantock House Museum for its latest exhibition.

On The Right Tracks explores Wolverhampton's involvement in the growth of the railways.

There has been a railway station in Wolverhampton since 1852, when the station on the current site first opened. This was followed 2 years later by a second, low level station.

Since those early days Wolverhampton has remained an important intersection, with direct access to the south coast, London, the north, Scotland and Wales.

The exhibition features a range of memorabilia and historic photos, and is on show until 10 May, 2015, during Bantock House Museum's normal opening hours. Entry is free.

For more information, please visit Bantock House Museum  or call 01902 552195.

  • released: Friday 23 January, 2015