Camelot Locomotive Society
73082 is the sole surviving BR Standard Class 5 that was named in BR days.
- Bluebell Railway
9-mile standard-gauge heritage line in Sussex. Looks after items of
railwayana, such as stations, signal-boxes, carriages, wagons and
steam locos, which would just be too big for the average collector!
Also host to two annual collectors' fairs.
- Signalling Record Society
Recording Today for Tomorrow,
Recording Yesterday for The Future.
For the technician, for the operator, for the researcher, for the enthusiast, for the modeller.
For everyone interested in signalling.
- Railway Carriage
by Greg Norden.
- Collecting British
by Andrew Watts.
For pictures and information on Depot Plaques, including a
comprehensive list of locos that carried them.
- iRail Railway
The best place to find the railway sites you want! Click on the iRail logo,
head of their home page, to get going.
- Railway Station Track Plans
Site features approx. 3000 track plans of UK stations drawn between 1947 and 1967 and includes many stations now closed. Copies of the plans may be purchased.
West Country archives, by Chris Osment.
- Southern Railway Publicity
This site is about publicity material of the Southern Railway of England, its ancestors and descendents.
- The Signal
Covers all aspects of UK manual signalling, and then some! Has a
small ads section.
The enormous U.S. site (located upstairs from the Amtrak Ticket
Office, Santa Fe Depot, Fullerton, California) where RCN is
hosted. You can find websites covering all aspects of the World's
railways here, if you've got the time!
- Travelling Art Gallery
Fascinating carriage print site. The next best thing to a journey in the carriages themselves.
Links page updated 1st June 2008.