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"Informed Sources" e-previews - Roger Ford's Modern Railways "Informed Sources" e-previews
Julian Peters Talks about Ivo Peters and his Films
rail forums - - news, views, discussions about the current UK railway scene
Rail Advent - - News, Mainline Steam Info, Railtours, Community, Simulation
RMweb community discussions - the community discussions part of
AC Locomotive Group - All things electric!
The Poppy Line - the North Norfolk Railway. Sheringham to Weybourne and onwards to Holt.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) - the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Pickering to Goathland, Grosmont and Whitby. An excellent, premier preserved railway in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors. Recently (2023) celebrated its 50th Anniversary including a vist by the Royal Train hauled by A3 Pacific No.60103 "Flying Scotsman". I have visited the NYMR many times over the years. The shop in the Engine Shed at Grosmont is well worth a visit.
Signalling Record Society - maintains and shares knowledge of Railway Signalling and Operation in the British Isles and Overseas. It possesses much archive material and has expertise which can assist members in their study and research on these topics. It also publishes books, photographs and drawings which may be purchased by members and non-members.
The Signal Box - NOT THE MODEL SHOP! This website is all about railway signalling. Its primary purpose is to describe the principles behind railway signalling in Great Britain, but some coverage of signalling around the world will also be found. The emphasis is on the older, mechanical signalling - that worked by mechanical levers and with semaphore signals.
Disused Railways - British Railways as it was in October 1960. Sectiona Appendices contain a wealth of information including: signal boxes, distances, running lines, speed restrictions, local instructions and much, much more.
Rail Map online - provides interactive maps of past & present railways.
Disused Railways - Over 700 photos of disused railways taken in the 1980s and early 1990s plus railway scenes from the 1980s.
BR/Sulzer Type 2 Classes 24 & 25
Great Western Steam Locomotive Names Database
Rail Professional magazine
Railway Herald magazine - The weekly e-magazine Railway Herald - Diagrams, Depot Info, Fleet Lists, Photos, Rolling Stock
Lostock Hall MPD - Website dedicated to all about Lostock Hall MPD.
Andrew Chamber's MK Rail Photo Library - Rail photos in & around Milton Keynes.
Fine Scale Brass Model Locomotives - FineScaleBrass offers a wide range of, hand built, brass, 7mm, 0 Gauge and 1:32nd Gauge One, ready to run, model railway engines and coaches, at realistic prices.
LNER B17 Steam Locomotive Trust - the new-build B17 project.
The "Clan" Project - building the new 72010 "Hengist" Clan class pacific 4-6-2
Cab Ride: Gaerwen to Amlwch Branch in 1992 (4xspeeded up version) - Cab Ride: Gaerwen to Amlwch branch. Filmed in 1992 on a DMU special from Bangor to Amlwch run by the formative Lein Amlwch group. This video has been speeded up by 4.
Cab Ride: Gaerwen to Amlwch Branch in 1992 (real time version) - Cab Ride: Gaerwen to Amlwch branch. Filmed in 1992 on a DMU special from Bangor to Amlwch run by the formative Lein Amlwch group. This video is the full version in real time.
Cornwall Railway Society - From their website: "Quote :- A website that provides a nice balance of the current WR railway scene while also reminding us of its rich and varied past enabling younger generations to find out what they missed and bringing back happy memories for older generations of a railway that no longer exists."
Light Rail Transit Association - From their website: "lThe LRTA is a not–for–profit UK based organisation and has members throughout the world. Free of any trade or political affiliation; it is the world’s leading organisation concerned with the achievement of better public transport through light rail, tramway and metro systems in towns and cities world–wide."

For instance, it's useful for finding out about when new tram lines were opened such as when: Manchester Trams were opened in the 1990s.
Telephone Exchanges locations in the UK - A list of telephone exchanges in the UK.
Better Internet Dashboard is a map which shows which networks are live or doing roadworks near you,

which could be a clue as to who might be installing soon. Also shows mobile networks
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