Want to trace your ancestors, or find out how they lived and worked. You might find these links useful.
The links on this page go to other hosts and are beyond the control of the LNWR Society.
The Society does not endorse these Companies/Products, and the brief description has been obtained from their web site — caveat emptor (the principle that the buyer is responsible for checking the quality and suitability of goods before purchase).
If want your own site listed on this page please complete this form.
If you discover a broken link e-mail the Webb Master.
|Access to Archives (A2A)||The A2A database contains catalogues of archives held across England and dating from the 900s to the present day.|
|British Transport Police - Constituent Forces||Brief histories of Policemen in a number of early Railway Companies.|
|British Transport Police - Roll Honor||This list contains the names of 116 Railway Police Officers (and one Police Clerk) who paid the ultimate sacrifice in the Great War.|
|Cheshire and Chester Railway Archives||Cheshire and Chester Archives holds 17 staff registers of 4 former railway companies, including LNWR west of Crewe. No drivers or firemen.|
|Historical Manuscripts Commission||UK’s central advisory body on archives and manuscripts relating to British history. Established in 1869 we are the principal source of information on the nature and location of records and the leading provider of advice on matters relating to them.|
|The Public Record Office||The Public Record Office is the national archive of England, Wales and the United Kingdom. It brings together and preserves the records of central government and the courts of law, and makes them available to all who wish to consult them.|
|Railway Ancestors||The purpose of the RAILWAY ANCESTORS (FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY) is to help members trace their Family Ancestry in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, and also British Railwaymen Overseas, by informing them of Records, Documents, Books, Special Collections, Etc., that exist in the Record Depositories and by discovering and investigating previously unknown sources|
|South Cheshire Family History Society||Our aim is the preservation of your past for the future.|