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If you have a question or query for the Museum of Science and Industry, please contact them using the phone number provided above. Lines are open from Monday to Friday between 10am and 5pm. All enquiries regarding collections, galleries, exhibitions, sponsorship, venue hire, filming, education, visitor experience, shop, press, human resources and marketing, can all be dealt with by the friendly customer team. Please note however that the Museum of Science and Industry curators are unable to provide object valuations, but the museum staff are happy to offer advice and general information on a wide range of scientific topics.

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The Museum of Science and Industry (aka MOSI) is located in Manchester and devoted to the development of science, technology and industry. The museum belongs to the Science Museum Group, a public body which is part of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, which merged with the National Science Museum. The displays on offer are extensive, particularly on the theme of transport, power, sewerage & sanitation, textiles, communications and computing. The museum is situated on the site world's first railway station, Manchester Liverpool Road railway station, which opened in September 1830. Originally the venue was called the North Western Museum of Science and Industry when it first opened back in 1969, but in 1978, the Greater Manchester Council purchased the former Liverpool Road Station site from British Rail and the current museum opened at this site in 1983. The exhibits at the Museum of Science and Industry today include a Supermarine Spitfire, the Ericsson's Novelty replica locomotive of 1829, aConnected Earth gallery and a replica of Robert Stephenson and Company's Planet class locomotive. The museum's railway line is actually still connected to the national rail network near Ordsall Lane Junction and on certain dates visitors can ride on passenger trains within the museum grounds hauled by the two operational steam locomotives owned by the museum.

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