Immingham Museum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . & Heritage Centre

Explore the history of Immingham

Tor Line Exhibition 2013

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Tor Line’s first car ferry “Tor Anglia” launched October 20th 1965, this marks the start of a new car and freight service from Immingham for both travel industry and the public.
Our exhibition celebrates another vital part of the many and varied parts of Immingham’s history, the maiden voyage of the “Tor Anglia” took place in spring 1966,47 years ago.

Established in 1970 and now based in the Immingham Civic Centre.
The Main theme in the museum is the story of the building of Immingham Dock and the involvement of the Great Central Railway.

Many of the displays feature railway memorabilia, photos and documents.
The museum is one of the few museums that has on loan railway artefacts from the National Railway Museum.

As well as docks and railways exhibits there are the following room settings :

– Victorian/Edwardian
– Grocers And Chemist Shops
– Pilgrim Fathers’ Story
– Archive of Photographs and Documents

The museum was very proud to be one of the few museums to be granted full registration status as a fully voluntary organisation in 2003.

There is a rolling programme of changing exhibitions each year.
Admission : Free
Disabled Access : Yes
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Visits by groups can be arranged with the museum.
We accept anything e.g antiques and old photographs of the local area.
If you would like to have a look at Eric Rands old photo albums of Immingham please go to the museum and ask for oliver.


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