Links

 kwvr.co.uk 

Keighley and Worth Valley Railway website

 vintagecarriagestrust.org

The Museum of Rail Travel at Ingrow, run by the Vintage Carriage Trust.

 statelytrains.com

Stately Trains, run by Stephen Middleton who operates the L&Y Directors Saloon built in 1908. 

 lyrs.org.uk 

The Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Society, specialises in historical research and publications about the L&Y Railway to form a permanent record. 

 jackthestationcat.co.uk

Alan Cliff's award winning books for children aged 3 to 9.

 ribblesteam.org.uk

This is the official website of Ribble Steam RailwayThe site contains information on events to the railway's history and includes a stock list detailing exhibits.

 nrm.org.uk

Website of The National railway Museum at York - the largest railway museum in the world!.  The museum is responsible for the conservation of the British national collection and contains an unrivalled collection of locomotives, rolling stock and railway equipment.

 pwrs.org

Poulton & Wyre Railway Society - P&W have rescued a first class LYR body - a younger sister to our 279. 

 railwayherald.co.uk

This link is to the Railway Herald email magazine back issues.  In edition 151 on page 19 is a picture of our LYR coaches behind Nunlow.  The caption says ex Haworth, but it's actually ex-Keighley.

bafrua.org.uk
 

Blackpool And Fylde Rail User’s Association - Formed in 1982, as the South Fylde Line Users’ Association , following the decision by British Rail to withdraw the last two remaining through services between Blackpool South and Manchester Victoria, the Association has been a mouth piece for local travellers ever since.

lostockhallmpd.org.uk

Website relating to the former L&Y shed at Lostock Hall near Preston – note that in July 2013 the site is inactive.
 

lmsca.org.uk The LMS Carriage Association. a wealth of information on LMS Carriages (our 47 and 1474 were LMS-owned for its 25 year history). Their 'Carriage Exchange' website has been very useful to us for locating parts for restoration projects.