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http://www.jordanart.com/

Collection of train art by artist Jim Jordan from Chattanooga, Tennessee.

http://www.railroad.net/

Forums, articles and other information for rail fans and historians.

http://www.dinnertrains.com/

Listing of dining trains from around the world.

http://www.railroaddata.com/

Large selection of railroad related links, sorted by category and searchable.

http://www.raillinks.com/

Railroad links directory for railfans, model railroaders, passenger train travelers, and the rail industry.

http://www.rail-industry.info/

Business and technical links compiled and regularly updated by a UK-based consultant.

http://www.railroadinfo.com/

Features links, photographs, news and information.

http://www.michiganrailroads.com/

Resource for everything about railroads in Michigan.

http://thomastrainrides.com/

Day Out with Thomas ticket information for Thomas the Tank Engine train ride events in US, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand.

http://www.funimag.com/

Web magazine on European funiculars, includes complete database of funiculars in Switzerland.

http://www.funiculars.net/

Funicular railways. Swedish and English language site.

http://www.cable-car-guy.com/

Information about street cable cars and cable tramways including those of San Francisco.

http://www.vesuvioinrete.it/

History of Vesuvius funicular railway and chair lift.

http://www.railroadhandcar.com/

Dedicated railroad hand car site that details the history of the device. Includes more than a dozen historical photos from the early 1900's to current day replicas.

http://www.kamrail.com/

Looking for something fun to do in Kamloops, BC? Climb aboard the heritage train pulled by the beautifully restored 2141 'Spirit of Kamloops'. Special events include the Halloween Ghost Train and the Spirit of Christmas railtours!

http://www.flyingyankee.com/

News about the restoration of the stainless steel diesel powered train set known as The Flying Yankee, designed by E.G.Budd Company in 1934.

http://www.yosemitevalleyrailroad.com/

History of the railway which ran between Merced, California and Yosemite Valley from 1905 to 1945.

http://www.chescweb.com/

Devoted to the Hocking Valley Railway, its predecessors, successors, and affiliates. Includes photos, history, route guides and maps.

http://www.greenbayroute.com/

The Green Bay and Western RR, its predecessors and affiliated lines; prototype and modeling information.

http://www.greatnorthernempire.net/

Historic information about James J. Hill's Great Northern Railway in the USA, and what is left of it today.

http://www.interurbanroad.com/

Historical information and photographs of the Kansas City, Clay County and St. Joseph interurban electric railway 1913-1933.

http://www.bagofbits.com/

History and information about the Motor Rail Simplex locomotives used during WW1, and the restoration of a locomotive at the Moseley Railway Trust.

http://www.railroadiana.org/

A non-commercial website devoted to information about collectible railroadiana including lanterns, lamps, china, keys, locks and paper.

http://www.signalbox.org/

History of railway signalling in the UK and abroad.

http://www.camagueycuba.org/

short history and over one hundred photographs of the railroad, rolling stock, stations, and the Headquarters town of Camaguey from the late 1940's and early 1950's.

http://www.northshoreline.com/

History of the line from 1891 to its demise in 1963. Includes photographs of the cars, stops, hardware, ephemra and time tables.

http://www.railsandtrails.com/

Features primary source materials and research on the history of transportation in Ohio and North America.

http://www.steamindex.com/

Steam locomotive history, bibliography, magazines, abstracts, indexes, patents, biography.

http://american-rails.com/

An informational "A to Z" resource guide to American railroads.

http://cnr-in-ontario.com/

Information on Canadian National Railway's stations in Ontario. Stations are organized alphabetically and in 1954 subdivision, with a short history.