Ideal Home says start cooking with help from the National Railway Museum Shop

Ideal Home says start cooking with help from the National Railway Museum Shop

Green Retro Magnetic Kitchen Timer 2,£12,www.nrmshop.co.uk

We can’t stop talking Bake Off in the office and we are excited to see Ideal Home can’t either! Featuring the retro railway-style timer from the National Railway Museum Shop, Ideal Home says it’s the perfect product to keep your kitchen running like clockwork!

Add vintage style to your kitchen with the NRM’s Kitchen Timer, as seen in Good Homes

Add vintage style to your kitchen with the NRM’s Kitchen Timer, as seen in Good Homes

Green Retro Magnetic Kitchen Timer 2,£12,www.nrmshop.co.uk

We’re going baking crazy with the National Railway Museum Shop‘s Retro Timer. Whether you’re cooking or baking, this is the perfect kitchen accessory for creating delicious feasts for friends and family – and we are delighted Good Homes Magazine agrees. Its classic design is perfect for the modern kitchen, with its magnetic casing making it convenient to stick to appliances.

It’s BBQ time with the National Railway Museum Shop…

It’s BBQ time with the National Railway Museum Shop…

Chutney Collection, £3.50 each, www.nrmshop.co.uk 2

With the weather turning brighter, we hope we will be bbq-ing our way through July and we can’t wait to dive into our Catherine’s Choice Preserves from the National Railway Museum Shop! We are excited to read the Daily Mail’s Weekend Magazine feels the same way and told readers to have a “Sizzling Sunday” with the Sweet Pepper Relish chutney – just £3.50!

FOR THE LOVE OF BRITAIN

FOR THE LOVE OF BRITAIN

The beautifully illustrated Grand Old Duke of York gift sets from the National Railway Museum shop brought a wave of nostalgia to Britain Magazine. Described as a present to “delight the little ones”, Britain Magazine encourages all to have a singalong to one of the nation’s favourite nursery rhymes with this lovely breakfast set.

Inspire

Inspire

Flying Scotsman, arguably the most famous locomotive in the world, was purchased in 2004 for the nation using money donated by the public. Since then the National Railway Museum has been restoring it to full mainline running condition. Now you can have a little reminder of this great engine and a bygone age with the Flying Scotsman Wash bag from the National Railway Museum.