Virtual Talk: The Hackworth Archive and Other Treasures: Search Engine at the National Railway Museum York. The talk will cover the personal experience of Alison Kay, Archives Manager, over the last decade. She will describe the huge and varied NRM Collection, highlight key archives and explain how to access them.
11.00 – 12:00: A chance to hear about this amazing collection and to ask questions of Alison at the end.
Pre-booking is required. Applications to join the talk must be received by no later than 5pm of Monday 14 September. Participation will be limited to 35 people. On the week of the talk, participants will receive an invitation containing a weblink/phone number which will enable them to join, along with instructions. By linking into the talk, you consent to the meeting being recorded, including the recording of any questions you ask. To apply contact Jane Hackworth-Young: email@example.com. or 01833 627712 who will provide further details. People unable to attend will be able to log in to see the recording.
COVID-19 Considerations - This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.
The Friends of the Stockton & Darlington Railway wish to express deep appreciation to the National Railway Museum, York for its support. Anyone wishing to visit the Railway Museum, Leeming Road, York YO26 4XJ or Locomotion, Dale Road, Shildon, Co Durham DL4 2RE should go on their website to apply for a slot or call the SMG call centre: 0800 047 8124. Please note that Search Engine at the NRM is closed until late autumn, see the website for details.
|2020 (18 Sept 2020)|
* Booking required.