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|About the Institute|
The Institute of Railway Studies & Transport History, founded in 1995 (as the Institute of Railway Studies), is a joint initiative of the National Railway Museum and the University of York. Since its foundation the IRS&TH has become an internationally recognized centre for the study of the history of transport and mobility.
The Institute offers a wide range of opportunities for learning and research in railway and transport history and cognate fields, including a number of courses and research degrees. Students at the IRS&TH benefit from the Institute's expert staff and from the expertise, resources and facilities of the National Railway Museum and the University of York.
The Institute is located on the campus of the University of York and at the National Railway Museum, York. For details of how to contact the Institute please follow the link to the contact page.
To find your way around this site, use the links at the top and bottom of each page to go to the home page and main pages. You can also refer to the alphabetical index page.
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