CrossCountry has announced that it has renewed its partnership with the National Railway Museum in York.
The partnership allows for the train operating company and museum to work towards the NRM’s Vision 2025 Project
Vision 2025 is a six-year project to transform both the National Railway Museum in York and Locomotion at Shildon into the “World’s Railway Museum” by becoming “a global engineering powerhouse” and a space to celebrate the railways, whether it be past, present or future.
Judith McNicol, Director of the National Railway Museum, said: “I am thrilled that CrossCountry has committed to supporting the National Railway Museum once again. The support of our partners will allow us to achieve our aspiration to become the World’s Railway Museum through the transformational Vision 2025 masterplan.”
Anna Weeks, North East & Scotland Regional Director at CrossCountry Trains said: “We are delighted to be renewing our partnership with the National Railway Museum to show our support towards Vision 2025 and help inspire the engineers and railway employees of the future.”
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