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A new railway By Stephen Jupp
The training required to open a new section of railway, including comments on firing, on the WHR RhE
Article added October 26 2010

West Llangollen Light Railway By Neil McMurdy
Article on a Narrow Gauge Railway with a very Short History
Article added August 15 2009

The Chemin de Fer d'Emosson By Jeremy Hartley
The Chemin de Fer d'Emosson is a 600mm line in the Swiss Alps featuring steam, diesel and battery electric traction. Originally built for the construction of a hydroelectric dam in 1920, it now operates as a tourist attraction.
Article added May 26 2009

chasewater railway narrow gauge By Peter Bowyer
Chasewater railway narrow gauge a few comments on this year
Article added November 8 2008

South Downs Light Railway By Brian Bird
A short history of South Downs Light Railway
Article added October 21 2008

Durley Light Railway By Barry Curl
Operation of Durley Light Rly
Article added August 1 2008

Earliest Miniature Railway? By Jean Maskelll
Ardkinglas miniature railway, the earliest in Britain?
Article added December 13 2007

Blenheim Riverside Railway By Ralph Heywood
Blenheim Riverside Railway, timetable and history
Article added October 28 2007

Mawnan & Helford Light Railway By Peter Clarke
A story of a 16mm Garden Railway
Article added August 27 2007

Dudley Garden Railway By robert millard
building a small railway
Article added April 26 2007

Tremar Light Railway History By sam brown
A breif history of a new garden railway in cornwall
Article added January 28 2007

The Old Patagonian Express By Steve Cheetham
A description of journeys on the Patagonian Narrow Gauge from Esquel and El Matan
Article added July 3 2006

Talyllyn Railway's Have-A-Go Gala Report By russell prince
This report describes the effort that went into organising the gala and the success that it became.
Article added August 3 2003

Borth-y-Gest By Paul Holmes
Built to test the ptacticality of narrow gauge to scalefour standards - 4mm scale on 7.83mm track. This layout will be at Chiltern Narrow Gauge, Dunstable/Luton 2003
Article added May 30 2003

The Kirklees Light Railway By Peter Bowyer
If small narrow gauge steam locomotives working hard up long steep gradients on tight schedules through attractive scenery are something you like to see then the Kirklees Light Railway is well worth a visit.
Article added August 18 2002

A History of Motor Rail 5906 of 1934 By Paul Saddington
A description of the history and resoration of this locomotive.
Article added August 4 2002

Railways in Iceland By Peter Bowyer
The following notes were made in 1984 when looking for railway remains in Iceland. Since then both steam locomotives have been put on display.
Article added June 3 2002

A trip on the Launceston Steam Railway By Peter Bowyer
Ever wondered if the Launceston steam railway is worth visiting? Read on to find out...
Article added May 12 2002

Island Railways north of Europe By Peter Bowyer
This article describes the railways that can be found north of Europe
Article added March 16 2002

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