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  • Giants Causeway and Bushmills Railway
    Contact information and sketchy details and pictures of this railway, which links two of Northern Ireland's best known tourist destinations; the World Heritage Site of the Giant's Causeway and the internationally celebrated "Old Bushmills" Distillery.
  • The Glyn Valley Tramway
    Although the tramway has long gone, the Glyn Valley Tramway Group are working to ensure that this narrow gauge railway in the Welsh Borders is not forgotten.
  • Great Little Trains of Wales Marketing Organisation
    The Great Little Trains of Wales are narrow gauge railways through the beautiful scenery of north and west Wales built in a time less hasty than our own. Most were originally built to carry Welsh slate from hill to harbour. Now tourists have replaced slate as the main traffic.
  • Hampshire Narrow Gauge Railway Society
    The HNGRS conserves and operates narrow gauge equipment dating back to the end of the nineteenth century at Bursledon Brickworks & Kew Bridge Steam Museum in West London
  • Industrial Narrow Gauge Railways
    News and pictures about the current narrow gauge industrial scene
  • Isle of Man - Transport Heritage
    Devoted to the railways of the Isle of Man. Includes information on the Douglas Horse Tramway, the Isle of Man Steam Railway, the Manx Electric Railway & the Snaefell Mountain Railway
  • The Isle of Mull Railway
    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 & Torosay on the Isle of Mull.
  • The Leadhills and Wandlockhead Railway
    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.
  • Leighton Buzzard Railway
    One of the few surviving narrow gauge railways in England. The 2ft gauge LBR houses the largest collection of NG locomotives in the UK. The former sand line is situated nr Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England.
  • The Lyd2 Page
    Devoted to the 60cm Lyd2. Built by the 23rd August Works (Faur) in Romania for PKP (Polish State Railways), 3 of this class are now at the Welsh Highland Railway at Porthmadog, North Wales
  • An Mhuc Dhubh Historic Railway
    This site provides information about An Mhuc Dhubh Historic Railway in Fintown, County Donegal, Ireland.
  • The Moseley Railway Trust
    Over the past 25 years the Moseley Railway Tust museum has evolved into one of the most important collections of narrow gauge industrial railway equipment in the UK.
  • Narrow Gauge Pleasure
    A Guide to British Narrow Gauge Railways including their historical context and contact details.
  • The Narrow Gauge Railway Society
    The Narrow Gauge Railway Society Home Page. Extensive information on all aspects of narrow gauge railways
  • The Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway
    Kent's mainline in miniature. A 15-inch gauge working railway with a fine fleet of one-third scale steam and diesel locomotives. A treat for the whole family on the world's smallest public railway.

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