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PRESERVED RAILWAYS (UK)

Avon Valley Railway
Battlefield Line
Bluebell Railway
Bodmin & Wenford Railway
Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway
Bowes Railway
Chasewater Railway
Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway
Cholsey & Wallingford Railway
Churnet Valley Railway
Dean Forest Railway
East Lancashire Railway
East Somerset Railway (Strawberry Line)
Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Rly.
Foxfield Railway
Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway
Great Central Railway
Isle of Wight Steam Railway
Keighley & Worth Valley Railway
Kent & East Sussex Railway
Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway
Llangollen Railway
Nene Valley Railway
North Norfolk Railway
North Yorkshire Moors Railway
Paignton & Dartmouth Steam Rly.
Pontypool & Baenavon Railway
Severn Valley Railway
South Devon Railway
Spa Valley Railway
Strathspey Railway
Swanage Railway
Tanfield Railway
Telford Steam Railway
Watercress Line (Mid-Hants Railway)
West Somerset Railway

SPECIAL STEAM TRAINS & LOCOMOTIVES

Cambrian Coast Express
Cathedrals Express
City of Truro (3440)
Cornishman
Cornish Riviera Express
Cumbrian Mountain Express
Dalesman
Devon Belle
Devonian
Downsman
Duchess of Sutherland (6233)
Duke of Gloucester (71000)
Eden Limited
Flying Scotsman (4472)
Fylde Coast Express
Heart of Wales Explorer
Irish Mail
Jacobite
King Edward I (6024)
Mancunian
Mayflower
Merchant Venturer
Orient Express
Royal Wessex
Scarborough Spa Express
Shakespeare Express
Spitfire
Staite Pullman
Thames-Avon Express
Torbay Express
Welsh Marches Express
West Somerset Wanderer

More Special Trains

RAILWAY CENTRES, MUSEUMS & WORKS

Barrow Hill Railway Centre
Buckinghamshire Railway Centre
Crewe Works
Didcot Railway Centre
Doncaster Works
Midland Railway Centre
Rutland Railway Museum
Swindon Steam Museum
York National Railway Museum

STEAM TRAINS IN THE SIXTIES

Eastern Region
London Midland Region
North Eastern Region
Scottish Region
Southern Region
Western Region

Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway

VARIOUS STEAM TRAINS PHOTOS

Barry Island
Bath Green Park
Chris Ward's Archive Collection
Jim Barr's Archive Collection
Michael Pope's Archive Collection
Mike Pinner's Archive Collection
Roger Gurney's Archive Collection
R. W. Rowe's Archive Collection
Terry Smith's Archive Collection
Tony Woodward's Archive Collection


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STEAM TRAIN GALLERIES

WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?

'I suppose a steam engine is the nearest mechanical thing to a living creature' -
the words of legendary railway photographer, Ivo Peters, best known for his unforgettable shots of the Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway.

At "Steam Train Galleries" you will find a wealth of fascinating and evocative photographs of steam locomotives, both resting and working. Down the left hand side of this homepage you will see a list of links to pages dedicated to various railways, trains and locomotives. To visit a gallery, simply click on the appropriate link. Remember to check the latest photo section each month for new pictures and videos.

In January all of our steam train DVD's will be available to watch on youtube, on the Great British Channel which can be found at http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvC_jB0Q_LD1-UIZeJFxiaA

Welcome to The Great British Channel, bringing you the best in all things British. Our great clips and footage include fascinating features on Steam Engines, Houseboating, British Birds, Flowers of the British Isles, Landscapes of Britain, Shakespeare Country, Great British Pubs, British Royal Heritage, Royal Romances, The War Archive, D-day and Beyond, Trooping the Colour, Classic Air Displays, Classic Military Air Displays, Lancaster Bombers, and much much more!

Keep an eye on the channel as this is just the begining!

 
 

Restoration Railway

THE SEVERN VALLEY RAILWAY Running between Kidderminster and Bridgnorth, the 16 miles of reopened track of the Severn Valley Railway is one of the longest Heritage Railways in the country and runs through one of the most picturesque valleys in the West Midlands.

DEAN FOREST RAILWAY Set in the picturesque and tranquil Royal Forest in Gloucester, the Dean Forest Railway winds its way from the line's HQ at Norchard through Lydney Town and St Mary's Halt to Lydney Junction at one end, and Whitecroft and Parkend at the other

THE BATTLEFIELD LINE Opened in 1873 as the Ashby and Nuneaton Joint Railway, the Battlefield Line was renamed by its present owners when the track was re-laid back to Shenton Station, which partly stands on the site of 1845's Battle of Bosworth.

BRECON MOUNTAIN RAILWAY

Telling the story of two railway companies in this documentary from 2005: first, the Brecon Mountain Railway, a heritage track opened in 1980, its narrow-gauge track having been laid over the original track bed of the second, the Brecon and Merthyr Tydfil Junction Railway Company.




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Trains And Railways Of Central England

Four great DVDs filmed at the turn of the 20th century and give a unique insight into the railways, buildings and rolling stock of the Midlands and North West. Made by enthusiasts for enthusiasts.

In these fascinating programmes, produced between 1993 and 1998, Steam Gallery presents a comprehensive overview of the railways and wide range of rolling stock to be found in the Midlands of England, as well as a brief sojourn in to the North West.

Truly an enthusiasts' guide, we visit many places with some of the most evocative names in rail history, seeking out the best and most enthralling rolling stock of the era.




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Freight, Diesels, High-Speed And Electric Trains

The non-steam side of rail enthusiasm is getting bigger all the time. These programmes feature many rare and seldom-seen units at work.

These four fascinating programmes, produced at the turn of the 21st century, give a rare glimpse in to the worlds of diesel, freight, DMU, electric and high-speed trains from vantage points including Warrington, Wolverhampton, Stoke-on-Trent, Walsall and many others. Produced by enthusiasts for enthusiasts and covering a host of classes, the films contained herein offer a unique insight in to an enthralling part of recent railway history.




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Great British Steam

In this enthralling programme from 1994, we visit the North of England, birthplace of the industrial revolution and home to an enormous variety of steam interest. In Middleton, one of the world’s oldest railways has been resurrected, while the Bowes Railway works its early rope-hauled inclines. In the Lake District, narrow gauge steam conveys tourists through the beautiful scenery of Ravenglass and Eskdale, but equally delightful are the standard gauge railways over the North Yorkshire Moors, and in the high valley of South Tyneside.



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steam train central steam

CENTRAL STEAM DVD

Fascinating access behind the scenes at preserved steam heritage railway, the Great Central Railway. The Great Central is unique in Britain in that it is the only preserved line that has a double track so that the days when full size steam engines could pass each other can be recreated.

The series follows a year in the life of the railway, as we meet some of the seven hundred staff and volunteers who share their passion for the golden age of steam trains..

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Click here to find out more about Central Steam, Loughborough

Can you identify this model steam train? (pictures are on our facebook page)if you can please let us know. Drop us a message on facebook.

model steam train

Recently steam train galleries received an email. "During the mid 50's until about 1959, I could hear the K class and C2X's shunting in the yard at Bognor Regis station which would have been about 500 to 600 yards away.  At a time when I owned a bike I would stand on the saddle and look over the yard wall by the turntable behind the K in your photo collection and observe for hours on end the steam actvity. My regret is that I missed sight of the engine shed which I understand was demolished in the 50's having secreated in final years as a sub shed of Horsham unfinished examples of the Leader class."

If any of our readers are able to help out a fellow steam train fan please feel free to write in or post on our facebook page.

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A quick note to thank our contributors for the images being sent in, we are very much alive and kicking despite some technical and staffing changes. This months update consists of pictures sent in towards the end of last year and the calendar is now back online.

Hopefully we can start getting some new photos up soon.

Many thanks
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