Volunteer – Natalie Gunner, an English student at the University of Exeter, describes her experience of volunteering on the Zodiac project. What she has learned throughout the experience and the importance of social history.
Darwin subsea cables
Young Curator Raquel Coning, based in Australia, and inspired by information discovered in The Zodiac magazine, researches the heritage listed subsea cables that connected Darwin, Australia to the world 150 years ago.
PK’S 2021 CITIZEN CURATORS
Introducing PK’s 2021 Citizen Curators and International Research Interns and the projects that they will be undertaking using our archives and collection.
OUR EGGS-CITING MYSTERY
Sophie Meyer, Collections Cataloguer at PK Porthcurno unearths a mystery during some recent research in the photography archive.
SES Digitisation project
Learn about the SES sponsored digitisation of 448 engineers reports from our archive that is being undertaken by the collections team.
British Science Week 2021
It’s British Science Week and we are looking at the advent of the electric telegraph – the precursor to today’s internet!
Fly the Flag for Human Rights
Fly the Flag 70 Telegraph Museum Porthcurno is proud to be participating in the national programme Fly the Flag with artist Ai Weiwei which commemorates the 70th anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights. At Telegraph Museum Porthcurno we recognise the synergy between our own story of global connectivity and cooperation and the symbolism and