Museums in Preston

Find museums in Preston. Listings include Ribble Steam Railway & Museum, Santa Steam Specials - Ribble Steam Railway, The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment: Lancashire Infantry Museum, Museum of Lancashire, MECo - Military Equipment Collectors and Preston Museums. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 09/20/20
    Shirts (Jungle) and Trousers (Jungle). Due to a shortage of suitable green mosquito-proof cloth (gabardine), other materials were used, including windproof material. These examples were made by CWS (...
    > MECo - Military Equipment Collectors
  • 09/20/20
    1959 dated set of 1958 pattern equipment. This set was issued to one man and has been kept together for the last 50-odd years. Shown here with a 1953 dated combat smock and 1964 dated 1962 pattern po...
    > MECo - Military Equipment Collectors
  • 09/06/20
    #VirtualSteamGala Pictured here is Hunslet WD194 / 1953 ‘Cumbria’ in 2015.
    > Ribble Steam Railway & Museum
  • 09/06/20
    #VirtualSteamGala Here we see the Bagnall 2682/192 ‘Princess’ in the museum platform back in 2015.
    > Ribble Steam Railway & Museum
  • 09/06/20
    #VirtualSteamGala Built for the Ministry of Supply in 1941, Peckett 'Yorktown' class 0-4-0ST No. 2012 is one of the smallest standard gauge steam locomotives ever built. It was named 'Teddy' after it...
    > Ribble Steam Railway & Museum
  • 09/06/20
    #VirtualSteamGala Here we see ex Manchester ship canal Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0T - No. 32 "Gothenburg" from ELR as the Steam Gala guest in March 2018.
    > Ribble Steam Railway & Museum
  • 09/06/20
    #VirtualSteamGala Hudswell Clarke built an 0-6-0ST, was built in 1916 used for war work at the Ministry of Munitions at Gretna Green. Over the next couple of decades, this engine was named ‘Mitchell’...
    > Ribble Steam Railway & Museum
  • 09/06/20
    #VirtualSteamGala We're kicking off Part 2 with some of our favourite guest locomotives over the years. Here is Furness Railway's No.20 in steam at our 2018 Teddy Bear Picnic special.
    > Ribble Steam Railway & Museum
  • 09/05/20
    #VirtualSteamGala Join us tomorrow when we take a look at past guest Steam locomotives from Steamport to Ribble Steam.
    > Ribble Steam Railway & Museum
  • 09/05/20
    #VirtualSteamGala Our passengers 'blowing off steam' taking in the views across Preston Dock and Marina. ( Historical photo - happy memories until we can open again)
    > Ribble Steam Railway & Museum
  • 09/05/20
    #VirtualSteamGala Our brilliant and reliable Linda hauling a passenger service. Which of our Steam Engines is your favourite?
    > Ribble Steam Railway & Museum
  • 09/05/20
    #VirtualSteamGala Here we see Courageous chugging along the Preston Dock Swing Bridge. Did you know we're the only Heritage Railway with a swing bridge on our line?
    > Ribble Steam Railway & Museum
  • 09/05/20
    ...and we're off! This is our regular locomotive Courageous with a 'Sunshine Express' headboard back in 2016's Steam Gala.
    > Ribble Steam Railway & Museum