Our Area in the First World War
This exhibition was researched, designed and produced by adults and school children from across the area as part of a project developed and delivered by Falkirk Community Trust to mark the centenary of the First World War. The community exhibition will be on display in community venues throughout 2015.
The project was devised and led by the Falkirk Community Trust Heritage Learning team and forms part of a programme of activity developed by the Trust to commemorate the centenary of the start of the First World War.
Designed to bring generations together to research and create a touring ‘memory box’ exhibition telling local First World War stories, the ‘Our Area in the First World War’ project benefited from £9,900 of Heritage Lottery Funding.
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Railways at War
“Railways at War” outlines the part that railways played in the development of modern warfare, using photographs and objects to illustrate the vital role that railways played in both the First and Second World Wars, both at home and abroad. The exhibition also details the Quintinshill rail disaster, the worst in the history of British railways, which occurred on 22 May 1915.
Dates: 22 May - 1 November 2015 (7 days a week)
Venue: Museum of Scottish Railways, Bo'ness, EH51 9AQ
Price: £5.00 (Adults) / £2.00 (with Bo'ness Railway ticket) / Free for kids
Suitable for all ages. Please note that the Railways at War exhibition is not affiliated with Falkirk Community Trust. Contact the Museum of Scottish Railways on (01506) 825855 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.