On Track – A Glimpse into Lancashire's Railways Past and Present
“Trains are wonderful.... To travel by train is to see nature and human beings, towns and churches, and rivers, in fact, to see life.” Agatha Christie
Explore the joys of railways past and present in this new exhibition curated in partnership with Community Rail Lancashire. Discover more about Lancashire's railways and East Lancashire's community stations along the Ribble Valley Line. Learn about our county's lost and lasting lines and find out how to start researching your railway ancestors. See toys, artefacts and photographs from Lancashire Museums and privately owned railway memorabilia from Community Rail volunteer Brian Haworth’s personal collection. There are film clips about exploring Lancashire by rail and our young rail enthusiasts can also get comfy and watch a film about Brian the Bull's adventures travelling along the Ribble Valley L
Entry to the Steward's Gallery is free and the exhibition will run until 31 January 2024. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Clitheroe Castle Museum is open 11am – 4pm daily until 31 October. November to January 12 noon – 4pm. Closed Wednesdays and Thursdays. Adults £5.40 Concessions £4.10 Accompanied children FREE! Young people (aged 13 - 18) FREE!