This is not an exhaustive list, so if you know of a link that should be included or you are a webmaster of a site and would like to link with us or are linking to us already, please let us know.
Website of UK magazine looking at the miniature railway scene
All profits from the yearbook are donated to charities supported by the Rotary Club of York Vikings.
Nick Tozer has photographed the SMR and sells books on railways and heritage transport
Nick Dodson of Tele Rail (Rail films) has made a DVD of the SMR
The official website of LOROS, the Leicestershire and Rutland Hospice that the SMR supports
The official tourism site to discover more about Rutland also including web links to local sites, and an events diary.
Brilliant resource for Leicestershire web sites and info on all things in the County and City
Main Leicestershire promotions and tourism site
Supplier to our events – we mix the traditional with the innovative. Traditional brewing techniques, with flavour old and new.
Great resource site for Britain since 1998
Events provider – local craft cider maker based in Hallaton, Leicestershire
Extensive and historic 15″ railway running along the Romney marshes in Kent
Spectacular 15″ railway running through the scenic Cumbrian mountains
This extensive Southern Counties based miniature railway, features a dual gauge 10 1/4″ and 7 1/4″ system with driver training opportunities.
Swanley New Barn Railway is a 7 1/4 inch railway running for just over 1/2 mile around Swanley Park, Kent.
The Perrygrove railway is a 15″ line running through delightful countryside in the Forest of Dean, on the edge of Coleford, Gloucs
The railway is in Crowborough, East Sussex, and consists of 3.25″ & 5″ gauge track, and shortly a Boating Lake, and 7.25″ ground level track.
The 10 ¼ inch gauge Rudyard Lake Steam Railway is just North of Leek in Staffordshire. The lake railway uses miniature narrow gauge steam locomotives on its trains to give a 3 mile return trip along the side of Rudyard Lake.
Our railway first opened on 1st May 1911, and has been delighting visitors for over a hundred years!
This delightful 10 ¼” gauge line runs on weekends in the summer and over Xmas week on Santa specials. Situated on the south coast at Pulborough.
This group was formed to promote the benefits of 10 ¼ lines and too share ideas and operational details from this popular gauge
Aims: – To further the association of those involved in miniature railways
A comprehensive listing of the UK’s miniature railways with information on each
A brilliant site about anything Steam on land, rail or water with dedicated pages of pictures for the subjects covered.