Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram Pinterest LinkedIn

Dr Di Drummond is senior lecturer in history at Trinity and All Saints' College in Leeds, and she is a leading expert on Britain's railway history.

She has carried out extensive research on the Victorian railway industry and the railway companies, on railwaymen, navvies and overseas railway workers and on women and the railway. In addition to her book Crewe: Railway Town, Company and People, 1840-1914, she has published many articles on railway history in journals and magazines.