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|D.J. Norton Photos - Birmingham||Super black and white photos of many LNWR sites taken by my father in the 1940s, 50s and 60s.|
|David Hey's Photo Collection||A web site featuring the railway photographs of Jim Carter, I.S. Carr, E.R. Morten, Mike Mitchell and Peter Batty, plus advice about copyright legislation.|
|Philip Griffiths Home Page||Welcome to my home page.|
|LNWR Steam Shed||The site describes this 4mm scale, prize winning, exhibition layout and incorporates descriptions and photos of the 22 LNWR locos, the coaches and goods vehicles that run on the layout.|
|The North Wales Coast Railway||This site is devoted to all things relating to the North Wales Coast railway, being the main lines from Manchester and Crewe to Bangor and Holyhead, and the branch lines to Blaenau Ffestiniog and Llandudno.|
|Nottingham Victoria||Welcome to Nottingham Victoria, Tim Overton’s homepage.|
|Preserved Railway Stock List||An attempt to locate and identify all the Locomotives and Rolling Stock still extant in the UK at Preservation, Private and Industrial sites throughout the country.|
|Remsys Mainline Steam Movies||Welcome to the Remsys Steam Fair - have a look round the sheds (keep a lookout for the foreman!)|
|Stratford upon Avon & Midland Junction Railway||Andy Thomson's site dedicated to the Stratford upon Avon & Midland Junction Railway.|
|Warwickshire Railways||The site is created for the railway enthusiast, local historian and railway modeller by fellow enthusiasts. It is dedicated to the research, study and recording of the history of Warwickshire's railways from 1837 to circa 1970 and to publish and disseminate all such information through this website.|