The London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) Encyclopedia covers the 25 year history of the LNER from its forming during the 1923 Grouping Act of the big four railway companys in Britain to the days of British Railways from 1948. The site has the history and technical information of the LNERs steam locomotives and rolling stock in their glory days to todays survivors in preservation and new builds.
The Mid-Suffolk Light Railway was a standard gauge railway intended to open up an agricultural area of central Suffolk, East Anglia. It took advantage of the reduced construction cost enabled by the Light Railways Act 1896. Today the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway is the only standard gauge heritage railway in Suffolk offering steam open days and special events to the general public recreating the light railways of East Anglia in their hay days.