Our Links Library contains links to other websites that we like and are related to railways or the local area. If you have any suggestions for other websites that we might link to please let us know on the contact page.
- Bressingham Steam & Gardens
Bressingham Steam & Gardens is a steam museum and gardens located at Bressingham, west of Diss in Norfolk, England
- Bridgnorth Cliff Railway
Britain's oldest inland cliff railway and England's only inland passenger-carrying funicular is owned by the Tipping family, who live in Suffolk. Bridgnorth Cliff Railway is the oldest and steepest funicular in the country transporting people since 1892
- Bure Valley Railway
Travel behind powerful 15" gauge steam locomotives through the scenic Heart of the Norfolk Broads from Aylsham to Wroxham (Hoveton).
- East Anglian Transport Museum
East Anglia's Premier Working Transport Museum
- Halesworth to Southwold Narrow Guage Railway Society
This Society is working to restore the SR from the Halesworth end.
- Leiston Works Railway
Working to re-lay track between the Long Shop Museum (formerly 'Town Works') and the former 'Station (or Top) Works by Leiston Station on the branch to Aldeburgh. The shunting engine SIRAPITE (used from 1929-1962) has recently been fully restored.
- Mid Norfolk Railway
A fast-growing "New Generation" Heritage Railway not far over the Norfolk border: 11 miles in regular use, another 2.5 in occasional use, and more to come. Extremely good galas.
- Mid Suffolk Light Railway
The 'Middy' - was a classic case of a rural railway that never paid its way but managed to struggle on for half a century. The memory of this fine example of quirky English history is kept alive at Suffolk's only railway museum at Brockford.
- North Norfolk Railway
The North Norfolk Railway offers far more than just a train ride, experience yesterday tomorrow with a day out travelling through some of Norfolk’s stunning coastal countryside.
- North Yorks Moors Railway
Working steam railway in the North Yorkshire Moors
- Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway
An historic Welsh rural light railway surviving for over a century. Opened in 1903, this line still operates two of the original steam locomotives. It served the local farming communities until closure in 1963, but re-opened as a tourist line in 1965.
- Whitwell and Reepham Railway
The latest East Anglian railway preservation group - committed to restoring this mid-Norfolk station to a working museum. Now running live steam on the first Sunday of each month.