National Railway Museum cancels Trans-Siberian exhibition amid invasion of Ukraine

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The National Railway Museum is the latest in a string of cultural institutions making changes to its operations following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

It has announced it will not go ahead with its planned exhibition ‘Trans-Siberian: The World’s Longest Railway’, which was due to open in March 2022, having initially set for a 2021 opening which was delayed by the pandemic.

Read more on their website: https://advisor.museumsandheritage.com/news/national-railway-museum-cancels-trans-siberian-exhibition-amid-invasion-ukraine/

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