There’s a good chance you’re not aware that you’re walking on a train when you’re on a trip.
For many people, a trip on a rail carriage is a part of the everyday experience.
But for others, it’s not.
A new museum is opening on the UK’s most famous railway in Kent, and it promises to be an adventure.
We’re in the middle of a new era for the railway museum in Kent and it’s shaping up to be a really exciting time for all of us.
Kent Railway Museum, at the end of a long corridor between the railway and town, will include two exhibition spaces, a railway clock and an interactive museum.
The clock is being moved to a new site, while the museum itself is being expanded, including the original railway clock.
The new museum will open in March, with a first opening date set for June.
The train clock is now in the collection of the Railway Museum of Wales.
The museum will also include a number of interactive displays, including an interactive railway guide and a collection of photographs, a first for the UK.
The railway museum is one of only two in the UK, with the other being at Liverpool’s Royal Liverpool and St Pancras Railway Museum.
The museum’s opening in Kent will mark the first time that a museum has opened on a major British railway, and is a major departure for the country’s railways, which are mostly held in museums.
It’s important to note that this is the first public visit for the museum, which will be run entirely in collaboration with the Kent Railway Trust, which owns the train and carriage.
Kent Railway Museum is an extension of the Kentrail Foundation, which was set up in the wake of the railway disaster in March 2015.
It was established as a partnership between the Kent railway and the KentRail Museum Trust, who run the museum.
More: The train museum in the United States was closed in 2016 following the death of one of the train drivers.
It reopened in 2019 and was named a National Treasure, but is currently undergoing renovations.