For more pictures and information on the areas covered on this website:
- I cannot recommend too highly Charlie Hulme's North Wales Coast Railway website, covering the North Wales Coast line as it is today. The news pages are regularly updated and are always full of interest.
- Dave Sallery's website at www.penmorfa.com contains archive material covering the mid-80s to 90s, and information on how to make the North Wales circular tour.
- Adrian the Rock's British Railway Signalling site includes details of signalling past and present at several North Wales locations. Now with some excellent shots of the Cambrian lines
- Alan Crawshaw's website has more recent material, with a heavy Bangor bias.
- Tim Rogers' site has some shots of Class 40s along the coast, and a page on Mickle Trafford - Dee Marsh. (Tim also appears on my site leaning out of the window behind 24023 on the Llan Jcn page!)
- Geoff Poole's 6G website pays tribute to Llandudno Junction shed.
- 2D53 has provided much information for, and the photograph for the front cover of, the Class 15 Preservation Society's MSTS add-on covering the North Wales Coast. More details on their website.
For more Class 24 and 25 information
Other Railway Links
- I have to give a link to The Man in Seat 61, an amazing website about international railway travel, which I think sets the standard for content and design for non-commercial rail websites. Where else can you check where the ticket machines are at Budapest Keleti? (and a million other useful things when planning european rail travel).
- If only I'd had access in the 1970s to the kind of information that RealTime Trains now provides.