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James Lester, the fireman on the train which carried Winston Churchill's coffin on January 30 1965, has helped the National Railway Museum prepare the locomotive for a new display.
Curators at the Yorkshire Museum have praised the "incredible craftsmanship" of the Bedale Hoard following conservation work on the 9th century hoard by archaeologists.
Workshop staff and volunteers in County Durham say their restoration of Winston Churchill's funeral van will be completed in time for the 50th anniversary of the journey.
Granddaughter's shock discovery leads to story of World War I conscientious objector who served as medic
The family of a Quaker who served at a French Clearing Station in World War I have donated precious items to a museum after being shocked to see his pay book on display.
Andrew Woods, the Curator of Numismatics for York Museums Trust, on the Roman artefacts making up a new online exhibition of astonishing burials found in the region.
A set of 25 arresting artefacts from York are helping the Moesgaard Museum - Denmark's first new-build historical museum - tell the stories of seven Vikings from Aros.
York City Council has announced it will invest £100,000 in restoring Walmgate Bar, including plans to give the public a viewing platform on the roof and a hand rail walkway.
Kirstie Brewer sees war-themed works by Toby Ziegler, replica B-52 bombers by Alexandra Bircken and Folkert de Jong’s site-specific take on the armour of Henry VIII.
Archaeologists in Swinton say an excavation which raised nearly £2,700 in public backing has been a "huge success", finding a cattle ditch or enclosure and Roman pottery.
Artist Andrew Cross has created the National Railway Museum's exhibition on the phenomenon of Trainspotting. His passion, he says, is wonderfully absurd.
See Medieval pottery, moulded plaster, worked stone fragments and glass stems from centuries ago, found during the public excavation in York this summer.
A public excavation as part of the Hidden Guildhall project in York has sparked huge public interest, revealing hints of a medieval friary and artefacts from the Second World War period.
See pictures from the Yorkshire Dales site where remnants of a village created more than a century ago have been found.
Archaeologists have found sauce and beer bottles, broken crockery and children's toys from a rural Yorkshire village which once housed workers, Leeds Pals battalions and German Prisoners of War.
Sophie Gerrard, Colin McPherson, Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert and Stephen McLaren, whose photography exhibition is at Impressions Gallery in Bradford, talk all things Scotland.