My Railway Experiences

A Replica of Stephenson's Rocket Railway Experiences

Updated with Gutenberg version 2.3.0.


I think people who search for articles and pictures of railway experiences are usually keen to see them all and not miss any. To help them I have written this short post to bring all my articles together so they can be easily found.

I have already written several posts about my railway experiences and there will likely be more in the future (see this list). So I expect to amend this article on each occasion I have something new to write about.

From my visit to The National Railway Museum (NRM) in York I have chosen the replica of Stephenson's Rocket for my featured image in this post.

This post is also a means to attract people who search for railway experiences in search engines.

Railway Experiences I've Had

There follows a list of the railways I've visited and links to the railway experiences I've had with them.

The Great Central Railway based at Loughborough:

Loughborough Platform 1
Loughborough Platform 1

The Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway:

Northern Chief at New Romney
Northern Chief at New Romney

The North Norfolk Railway:

76034 At Holt
76034 At Holt

Railway Experiences Not Yet Posted

The following items are under construction. Eventually each will point to an individual post.

Derby Loco Works Open Day

It Was Wet On The Ffestiniog Railway

Visiting The National Railway Museum In York:

Rocket (Replica) In Steam

The Line From Cambrils To Barcelona:

Freight going South West at Taragona.

Railway To The Montserrat Monastery In Spain:

Railway Experiences
View from inside the Funicular Carriage.

The Great Orme Tramway:

Railway Experiences
A Tram waiting in the station at the bottom of the Great Orme.

A Day On The Epping Ongar Railway:

Railway Experiences
No.4953 Pitchford Hall

Learning To Drive The Mardy Monster:

Helpful Colin stands beside The Mardy Monster.

A Footplate Ride On The Ecclesbourne Valley Railway

No.52322 at Wirksworth.

Author: Helpful Colin

I have a background in telecommunications and a fascination with all things scientific and technical - from physics to electronics, and computing to DIY.

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