Siobhan Osgood accomplished a Master’s with Distinction in Art History at Trinity College Dublin in 2016. Her thesis, 'Railway Architecture: The Great Northern Railway at Dundalk' has been nominated for the UK’s Industrial Archaeology Association’s Dissertation Prize with an article due for publication in their journal. Siobhan has presented her master’s research at the Irish Railway Record Society (IRRS) in Dublin, and will be giving a lecture in London to coincide with a published piece. Fascinated by the impact, design and architecture of railways, Siobhan was awarded a First for her undergraduate dissertation analysing the anthropological sense of non-place on the London Underground, and seeks to continue her analysis of the GNR's architecture across Ireland for her doctoral research. She is passionate about public engagement, education and conservation, with her ultimate ambition being to see a national railway museum opened in Ireland.