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The Palace on Wheels offers a week long journey to the charismatic state of Rajasthan along with making the guests bask in the immortal grandeur of Taj Mahal in Agra.

Palace on Wheels

 

 

 

If you want a trip behind steam on a preserved line the way they used to be, friendly and unasuming then try the Spa Valley Railway at Tunbridge Wells. A lovely line and now opened to Eridge.

Spa Valley Railway

 

 

 

An ever expanding site, already covering a huge number of the disused stations in the UK. Everything you need to know if you are researching or just browsing, photos, timetables, maps and a potted history.

Disused Stations

 

 

For railway sounds down under,(not just steam) visit Tony Webers Australian site.. Tony is a good friend of David Bailey the man behind Steamsounds in the UK so its well worth a visit.
Steamsounds AU

 

 

One of the countrys finest collections of the sounds of steam hard at work on Britain's Railways.
Heritage Steam Archive

 

 

This site will not need much introduction to many. If you want high quality hot of the press steamsounds, plus a lot extra then you have to visit.
Steamsounds

 

 

Everything you need to know about the Steam Sheds of Britain ,including history,codes, extensive details of closures and subsequent fate. Plus an ever expanding photo gallery.
Engine Shed Society

 

 

If you have an interest in Disused Railways and you just happen to like walking and good company, then this is certainly the site for you.
Railway Ramblers

 

 

For anything to do with the Stainmore line this is the best place to start.
Stainmore Railway Company

 

 

This is a superb site on anything to do with the railways around Birmingham.
Rail around Birmingham and the West Midlands

 

 

If you are interested in Disused Tunnels and Viaducts then this site will give you a wealth of information and photographs and also quite a lot more.
Forgotten Relics of an Enterprising Age