"A nation that forgets its past has no future."
Wise words from Winston Churchill!
So what are we to make of threats to the National Railway Museum?
According to the Beeb...
One of three museums in the north of England will close if further cuts to budgets are made, their owner has said.
The Science Museum Group (SMG) said it was in a "weak" financial position.
As well as the Science Museum in London, SMG runs the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester, the National Railway Museum in York and the National Media Museum in Bradford.
Director Ian Blatchford said as well as the closure, "big cuts" may also be made to the museum in London.
He said the prospect of a further 10% cut in funding in the next round of government spending proposals meant "almost certainly" one museum would shut.
Meanwhile York's The Press is mounting a campaign to Save the NRM.
Who is leading the industry response to this threat and how can Eye readers support?