British Postal Museum Store
Unit 7, Imprimo Park,
Debden Industrial Estate
020 7239 2570
020 7239 2576
The British Postal Museum & Archive cares for the visual, written and physical records of over 400 years of postal development. We are responsible for managing The Royal Mail Archive on behalf of Royal Mail Group plc. and own the former National Postal Museum object collections, a donation from Royal Mail Group plc.
Most of the BPMA Museum collection is kept in the Store. Please note the Store is opened to the public on selected dates throughout the year.
Please contact us for details or see the Events tab for when the Store will next be open.
Free entry although some events incur a fee.
The BPMA is a combined Museum and Archive...an internationally important resource for social - and postal - history.
The British Postal Museum Store houses objects ranging from the desk of Rowland Hill (founder of the Penny Post), to Mobile Post Office vehicles and an astounding assortment of letter boxes. The store is open to the public on various dates throughout the year - Please call or see website for details and dates.
Trade and Commerce, Toys and Hobbies, Social History, Science and Technology, Land Transport, Industry, Archives
Key artists and exhibits
- Postal vehicles
- Telephone kiosks
- Sir Rowland Hill's desk (founder of the Penny Post)
- Mail Rail carriage
- Mobile Post Office vehicles