Hopefully the railway links listed below will be of some interest for you. I enjoy looking at railway photos on other websites, it is always nice to see them.
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Chris is a skilled railway painting artist. Her main interest is steam locomotives. She has a stunning collection of pictures that are for sale. they are definitely worth looking at.
This interesting site has news information , history, photos and much more to do with the Class 37 trains.
Dartmouth Steam Railway steam trains travel seven miles along the South Devon coast and into the Dart Valley with stations at Goodrington Sands, Churston and the beautiful village of Kingswear which sits opposite the pretty Port of Dartmouth.
A nice collection of classic and modern railway photographs. He continuously updates his galleries with photographs he has taken in the past 42 years.
Railorama is a hobby-based website with information and pictures of Danish and European railways.
If you love heritage locomotives, model trains or even modern railway, you’ll feel right at home here. With a career on British Railways spanning over 40 years and as a lifelong train enthusiast, Barrie shares some of his personal thoughts and interests including heritage lines and the main railway.
This nice website has a very popular ‘Picture of the Day’ page that gets over 10,000 hits per day. It also has plenty of photographs and information that is worth looking at.
The SDRA is a body of around 2500 members, with some 500 of those actively assisting with the running of the South Devon Railway in the day to day activities.
The SDR is a seven mile former Great Western Railway branch line, built in 1872, which runs along the stunning valley of the River Dart between Buckfastleigh and Totnes. We run steam trains with heritage rolling stock and offer a wonderful all day, all weather attraction for families and people of all ages.
On this website you will see some lovely steam loco photographs and video. On the Shop page you can buy steam train books, calendar and acrylic drinks coasters. This site is well worth a look at.
Taunton Trains covers the history of the railway station and its trains to the modern day.
John Longden is lucky to live with a distant view of the S&C. John has an excellent collection of steam and diesel trains taken from the most incredible photographic locations in this area.
Most photographs featured are within 20 miles radius of Westbury-Wilts.
Tony Buckton is a Hull based railway photographer. Many of his Photos appearing on this site have been scanned from negatives and slides, including digital images.
Totnes Trains aims to publish a photographic record of the different workings that pass through Totnes.
John’s website features railway and travel photography, mainly in Great Britain and Europe.
James enjoys photographing trains, Buses & Coaches, Road Haulage and Aviation. He has a nice collection of photographs which is worth having a look at.