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Year of Engineering

Year of Engineering

Throughout 2018, London Transport Museum brought the Year of Engineering to life, with two new galleries and a jam-packed programme of events and activities.

Inspiring Future Engineers at London Transport Museum 

New galleries

Future Engineers block GALLERY: Future Engineers
Entry free with general admission ticket.
 
Digging Deeper GALLERY: Digging Deeper
Entry free with general admission ticket.
 

Engineering Wonders

Discover how engineers help solved problems facing the transport network with our collection's engineering wonders trail.

Year of Engineering wonders trail logo

London Transport Museum’s Year of Engineering 2018 was part of a government-led campaign to raise the profile of engineering amongst 7 to 16 year olds and to encourage young people to consider a career in engineering. The campaign was run by the Museum in partnership with Transport for London and the Department for Transport to inspire more children so that they realise the opportunities that the profession can offer them.

New Year of Engineering Sponsors

The front of the Museum

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Moquette furniture and cushions in the shop

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Furniture and cushions sale

Take London home with you with our range of quirky moquette furniture and cushions. Available in a range of patterns, they're 20% off until Sunday 29 March!

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Princess Anne escorted by 4 men at the opening of the Museum

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Object of the month

This photo is from the official opening of the Museum on 28 March 1980. Director Peter Stephens is pictured escorting Princess Anne past the buses.

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