A popular Channel 5 show that goes behind the scenes at a much-loved Norfolk museum is back for a second series.

Inside the Steam Train Museum returns to TV screens this month and it is filmed at Bressingham Steam Museum and Gardens near Diss.

It is shot by Norfolk-based production company Firepit Media, with the first series broadcast during the lockdown in 2020 a hit with audiences across the UK. 

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Over four upcoming episodes, filmed in 2021 and 2022, watch as staff and volunteers get stuck into restoration projects and come up with fresh ideas to help keep the wheels turning in the museum’s 60th anniversary year.

Eastern Daily Press: Inside the Steam Museum returns for a second series Picture: David Bake/Firepit MediaInside the Steam Museum returns for a second series Picture: David Bake/Firepit Media (Image: David Bake/Firepit Media)

In episode one, the museum is preparing for its anniversary steam gala event and encounters a few problems along the way.

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Viewers will also meet volunteer Dan who has wanted to drive the engines at Bressingham since he was a small boy.

The story of Bressingham in its current form began in 1946 when Alan Bloom purchased Bressingham Hall and in 1961 he bought his first traction engine - a Burrell model called Bertha.

The first episode of series two will air on Channel 5 at 8pm on Friday, June 23.