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 Type=links;Linkid=2112;Title=Bantock House Museum;Target=_blank;  or call 01902 552195.

  • released: Friday 23 January, 2015