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This is the moment when the mother of John Travers Cornwell – otherwise known as Jack or Boy Cornwell – was informed that he would receive a posthumous Victoria Cross.
Next week, a dozen relatives of James Wordie - the Chief Scientific Officer on Sir Ernest Shackleton's Antarctic expedition in 1915 - will follow in his footsteps, raising money to digitise his diaries.
Tickets to ride with the Flying Scotsman go sale on Friday as the steam legend prepares to reprise its record-breaking journey between London and York next February.
Two exhibitions and first details of an inaguarl run have been announced by the National Railway Museum for the return of Flying Scotsman in February 2016.
The National Railway Museum in York has today announced its outline programme for the long-awaited return of steam celebrity Flying Scotsman to the tracks in 2016.
From maritime adventurer Mary Lang to the Mermaid of Zennor, The National Maritime Museum in Cornwall is celebrating seafaring heroines with a major autumn exhibition.
"It may be on sale on eBay": Museum appeals to Manchester public to help find stolen "knight in shining armour"
A museum is appealing to the public to help track down "heartless" thieves who stole a precious four-inch high silver bust of a knight’s head from a locked cabinet.
A unique Charles II gun carriage estimated to weigh a ton has been brought ashore from its resting place off Southend Pier, Essex.
The Bluebird Electric broke the British electric speed record for the first time at Elvington runway in May 1997, roaring at a speed of 116mph under the guidance of Sir Malcolm Campbell's grandson.