Railway Groups and Societies
As well as volunteering with us, you can support heritage railway by becoming involved in one of the many not-for-profit groups around the UK.
UK Heritage Railways
One of the largest forums in the country dedicated to railway heritage. The site has a dedicated National Railway Museum forum with contributions from our staff.
Mid-Hants Railway: The Watercress Line
The Mid-Hants Railway has many of the National Collection locomotive's on long-term loan.
Head Of Steam museum at Darlington
The website of Head Of Steam, Darlington Railway Museum - the home of Stephenson's Locomotion No.1.
The Railway Enthusiasts' Club Farnborough
The website of the Railway Enthusiasts' Club Farnborough has links to many local railway societies around the UK, organised by geographical area.
The Princess Royal Class Locomotive Trust
Promotes interest in the Stanier Pacific steam locomotives of the London Midland and Scottish Railway and the Standard Class 4 Tank locomotives of British Railways.
Bluebell Railway Preservation Society
Broad Gauge Society
Caledonian Railway Association
Cumbrian Railways Association
The Cumbrian Railways Association is a not for profit charity that supports expanding the historical knowledge of railways in Cumbria and their local and social impact. We have extensive archives of historical information and photographs. 2016 will be our 40th year and we have around 450 members and volunteers.
Electric Railway Society
Great Eastern Railway Society
Great Western Society
Great Western Study Group
Highland Railway Society
Historical Model Railway Society
Industrial Locomotive Society
Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Society
London and North Eastern Railway Society
London and North Western Railway Society
London Midland and Scottish Railway Society
Midland Railway Society
Narrow Gauge Railway Society
North Eastern Railway Society
North British Railway Study Group
Railway and Canal Historical Society
Railway Correspondence and Travel Society
Signalling Record Society
South Western Circle
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