Any company or entity involved in Narrow Gauge Railways i.e. those with a track gauge of less than standard
This site provides information about An Mhuc Dhubh Historic Railway in Fintown, County Donegal, Ireland.
Steam and diesel narrow-gauge. Timetables, fares, locomotive and rolling stock information, special events and news. Runs between Bala and Llanuwchllyn in Wales.
A museum of steam in Norfolk, UK. Features narrow gauge, traction engines, and a Victorian steam round-about.
Contains timetables, fares, and information about the trains. Also includes information about guest driving and special events.
A visitors guide to Welsh narrow-gauge steam railways. Includes maps, photos and the opportunity to purchase a discount card.
News and pictures about the current narrow gauge industrial scene.
A narrow gauge steam railway based at Clayton West near Huddersfield on the former Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway branch line.
A Guide to British Narrow Gauge Railways including their historical context and contact details.
Sittingbourne's Steam Railway news and information. Multilingual site devoted to this 760mm line built by papermakers Edward Lloyd Limited to move paper and raw materials between their mills at Sittingbourne and at Kemsley and the dock at Ridham on the banks of the River Swale.
An index to web pages about the 2ft gauge South Tynedale Railway and the town of Alston, Cumbria.
The Bredgar and Wormshill Light Railway is a 2ft gauge line tucked away in a wooded area of the North Kent Downs, near the village of Bredgar.
Official site of the Corris Railway Society giving the history, current position and future aspirations of a Narrow Gauge Steam Railway that last saw passenger carrying services on August 20th 1948.
This is Scotland's original and only island passenger railway. The 260mm railway is 2 km long and operates steam and diesel hauled trains between Craignure and Torosay on the Isle of Mull.
The highest adhesion railway in the UK, at 1498 feet above sea level. The two foot narrow gauge tourist railway operates every weekend during the summer.
Devoted to the 60cm Lyd2 locomotive.
Describes this narrow gauge railway with information about its fleet, membership and opening times. [Newcastle-under-Lyme]
A rack and pinion railway running from Llanberis in Wales, to the summit of Snowdon, at 3,560 ft the highest mountain in Wales. Operated by a mixture of steam and diesel locomotives.
A narrow-gauge steam railway in rural mid-Wales. Built to carry roofing slates, in 1951 it became the world's first preserved railway.
A 2ft gauge steam railway museum based in Hesketh Bank, near Preston, United Kingdom.
The world's oldest operating electric railroad opened in 1883 by Magnus Volk at Brighton.
The official site of the Welsh Highland Railway (Porthmadog). Timetables for trains from Porthmadog. History of the line, pictures and information about the project to rebuild the WHR.
The Welsh Railways Research Circle brings together modellers and researchers who specialise in the railways of Wales and the Border Counties.
A privately owned collection of Narrow Gauge industrial locomotives and rolling stock at Yaxham, Norfolk, UK.
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