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"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.
Did flying heroine Amy Johnson visit Scarborough? Coffee shop owners appeal for help over mystery photograph
Could pioneering aviator and feminist icon Amy Johnson have visited Scarborough?
An auction of vintage Post Office posters will provide funds for a new museum highlighting five centuries of social, communication and design history behind the postal service.
“At what altitude did you have your baby?” National Museum of Flight seeks mothers who gave birth midflight
The National Museum of Flight wants to interview mothers who gave birth in-flight to mark the contribution of the Scottish Air Ambulance Service.
Of time and the Railway, Robert Davies' meditative film about the railway line and the landscape between Birmingham and Aberystwyth, is travelling to venues across Wales and the West Midlands.
Putting a tenth of his collection, assembled since the 1960s, on sale in London, the pop purveyor says he sees the replicas as works of art and expects the proceeds to secure the future of his......
The Titanic Foundation has won £4.9 million in Heritage Lottery Fund backing for its plans to turn the vacant Harland and Wolff headquarters into a commercially viable hotel.