From the National Railway Museum website:
“From Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express to the recent The Girl on the Train, the railways have provided us with the perfect setting for a thrilling crime story. Join us for our brand new Mystery on the Rails season to uncover the special place railways have in mystery and detective fiction, solve the mystery of The Missing Passenger and discover a wealth of real-life tales of audacious robberies, petty thefts and notorious criminals.
Are you ready to unleash your inner detective? We have a full season of sleuthing activities for you to take part in, from working alongside a local crime writer to joining our curators to delve deeper into the fascinating story behind our Murder Carriage. You will also have the chance to join forces with British Transport Police to put your detective skills to the test. Plus, get creative using codes and find out how to capture a fugitive.”
29 April–1 May.
Station Hall & South Yard | Free | 10am–4pm | No booking required
Join British Transport Police in a fun-filled weekend of hands-on activities that will test your sleuthing skills.
The BTP History Group are pleased to support and join the British Transport Police Weekend at the museum in York.
Located in the Station Hall with various display units containing exhibits from the NRM archives and our own. Our Event Coordinator will be on hand, so why not pay us a visit.