In this second part of his post about Pakistan Railways SP/S 3157, Jan Shearsmith discusses the loco’s later life and journey back from India to Manchester.
Jan is an archivist on the Collections team here at the Museum of Science and Industry.
Ahead of its appearance in Nikhil Chopra’s New North and South art installation, Jan Shearsmith discusses the early life of Pakistan Railways SP/S 3157.
110 years ago, Shackleton set sail for New Zealand aboard Nimrod. In this post, archivist Jan Shearsmith discusses the fate of the famous ship.
Just how long did it take to travel between London, Manchester and Liverpool in 1928?
The archive team at the museum are always happy to receive donations of documents that can provide a better understanding of Manchester’s role in the industrial and scientific growth of this country and the wider world.
What would you do if, while working away from home in a foreign country, you suddenly found yourself cut off from any kind of support?