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Eurostar Group the spine of sustainable journey in Europe, has put in a three-metre construction depicting the Progress Pride flag to welcome nearly 50,000 prospects from the Continent to London this weekend (29 June – 1st July 2023) in the course of the London Pride celebrations. The flag manufactured from 200 flowers additionally marks Eurostar’s partnership with The National Railway Museum to document and preserve LGBTQ+ history in rail.
Eurostar has range in its DNA. As a global practice operator, Eurostar connects nations and cultures, serving to its passengers’ cross borders in one journey. To celebrate those that determine as LGBTQ+ and throughout the rail business and educate all, The National Railway Museum has partnered with Eurostar to assist document intergenerational interviews from the LGBTQ+ group. This is a part of the museums not too long ago funded People, Pride & Progress venture to preserve LGBTQ+ rail tales for future generations.
Ashlynn Welburn, Archivist for The National Railway Museum says: “Our recently funded project made possible thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund, will create up to 70 oral history interviews with people from the rail industry, including from Eurostar. We plan to document the experiences of LGBTQ+ people, including Eurostar employees, and so fill a gap in our understanding of the rail industry before it is lost. We’re excited that so many people will be travelling to London Pride by rail this year, using a network that has enabled LGBTQ+ individuals’ access to a wider community.”
Gwendoline Cazenave, Eurostar Group CEO says: “Eurostar Group connects customers to Prides across Europe. Our business reflects our cities with its diverse cultures and communities. We are very proud to be supporting the National Railway Museum’s project in preserving the rail industry’s LGBTQ+ history for future generations.”
Customers can take photos of themselves with the floral Pride flag that shall be on Eurostar’s platform in St Pancras throughout London Pride weekend.