More links, particularly those of use to railway modellers can be found at our Modelling links page.
Please Note: The sites included in the lists on this page are unconnected with the
RailTasmania.com web-site, but have generally been found interesting and/or useful by the editors. Please let us know if any of the links are dead or nolonger reach the page listed
Australian Railway Historical Society divisions
- A site about all locos worldwide with this marvellous power unit
Class 37 Locomotive Group
- Much like the Tasmanian Z class, but in a full with body, this site is dedicated to the British Railways 37 Class, and their preservation.
Commonwealth Railways & AN Information
- Lots of information on Australian National, and its its mainland predecessors
John Hurst's picture archive
- Plenty of good Australian railway photographs
- Tasmania's main suburban public transport provider
Motive Power magazine
- An Australian railway magazine
National Railway Museum
- Located at York, England, this is one of the worlds best railway museums
Peter Knife's Port Lincoln Division
- Photographs, information and models of the South Australian Railway's (later Australian Nationals) narrow gauge Eyre Peninsula lines.
- One of the many big, American-based general railway sites with heaps of links
- A good Australian site, with plenty of links and information.
- Enjoy walking along old railway formations around Australia?
Railway Technical Pages
- Described as being 'for those interested in the science, technology, planning, maintenance and operation of railways' this site will answer just about any question you have about how trains work
The Locomotive Page
- This site covers the locomotives operated by all (mainland) Australian rail operators.
The Unofficial QR History Info Site
- Very comprehensive site about all aspects of the Queensland Railways.
- Another big American site . . .
UK Preserved railways
- Produced by the Heritage Railways Association in the UK , this site lists not only railways and groups, but also a UK loco database. A must if visiting the UK
Preservation groups outside Tasmania
Other Tasmanian sites
Tasmanian preservation groups
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