Richard Felstead's

Rail Links.

(Migrated from Google Classic sites in May 2018)

AUSTRALIAN SITES.

There are countless railway videos on You Tube including cab views.

You just need to decide what criteria you require.

(Personally named sites are in surname alphabetical order)

MARK BAU'S VR WEBSITE "PRESERVING THE MEMORY OF THE VICTORIAN RAILWAYS".

ROLFE BOZIER'S nswrail.net .If it's about NSW railways , you'll find it here.

LES BROWN.Extensive photos from 1965 to 1976 including many

& Australian Railway Enthusiasts fan trips where I was also present.

JOHN CLEVERDON'S LOCOPAGE. Apart from being a railway enthusiast ,

John is also a qualified cartographist.

DARYL DEDMAN'S RAIL PAGE.He is a former NSW train driver as well as a retired Victorian Railways driver.

RAY GOMERSKI'S VIC & NSW RAIL and SIGNAL PAGE.

JOHN HURST.Rail photos from everywhere.

WESTON LANGFORD'S RAIL PAGE has photos from 1956 to 2011.

ROB O'REGAN.Thousands of V R photos from 1975 to present.

Graeme Reid's "reidgck" You Tube page which features many 8mm movies from the mid 1960's to more recent times.

ROSS THOMPSON'S VICTORIAN RAILWAY STATIONS.

PETER VINCENT'S PAGE. Peter & I were trainee enginemen at Wodonga in the early 1970's.

ANDREW WAUGH'S VICTORIAN RAILWAY MAPS FROM 1860 to 2000.

VICSIG SITE. " The premier Victorian rail resource".

RAIL GEELONG site."Rail Geelong - hopefully everything you ever wanted to know about the history of the railways of Geelong and District, and then some".


OVERSEAS SITES.

An historical British Railway site. The title describes it all.

RAILWAY RAMBLERS. A British organisation whose members travel disused and abandoned railways in the United Kingdom.

The Londonist.Interesting London including railway videos by Geoff Marshall. Also , during the 2017 Northern Summer ,Geoff along with Vicki Pipe , travelled to All The Stations in the United Kingdom.

PAUL WHITEWICK's Web Page. Paul , along with his wife Rebecca,are travelling to every disused station in the UK.

FORGOTTEN RELICS , which has nothing to do with this Webmaster, is also an interesting UK rail site.


SYDNEY'S RAIL SYSTEMS.

"First Stop Central" is a history of Sydney's electrified system up to 1963.

Well worth a read if you can obtain a copy.


A3 Gresley Locomotive named "Felstead".

A gentleman from England emailed me this photo.

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