Of particular note for those with an interest in our 'Southern' heritage is the very high standard of restoration work to be found on the Bluebell Railway. One of the very first active preservation groups, the Bluebell has attracted a wide selection of stock from the Southern Railway, its constituent companies and its successor. Visitors are regularly able to ride in carriages designed by Maunsell and Bulleid (in addition to older and more recent designs) pulled by steam locomotives of vintages varying between the 1870s and the 1950s. For further information about the Bluebell railway and the stock to be found there, click on the banner heading below.
Isinglass Models produce a range of drawings for the LNER modeller.
The Southern Electric Group (SEG) is a UK based non-profit making organisation dedicated to the 750 volts direct current third rail electrified railway system in the south east of England.
The South Western Circle is the historical society for the London & South Western Railway
This page reviewed on 16th January 2015