|Miniature Railways|||||London Underground|
|Organisations that we have supported|
|Acton Miniature Railway||
This 7¼" gauge railway is situated in the grounds of London's Transport Museum's Depot in Acton and operates during open weekends at the depot.
The LRT is a regular visitor to this line and many Friends of the LRT have helped in its construction, maintenance and operation.
|The Great Cockcrow Railway||
A large miniature railway near Chertsey, Surrey.
Adrian and Daniel are both members of the GCR's Signal and Telecoms department.
|Spinney Light Railway||The LRT is a regular guest at this privately run railway.|
|Sharpo's Miniature World||A large collection of photos, taken at miniature railways all around the UK.|
|Compass House Model Engineering||Supplier of 5" gauge and 7¼" gauge locomotives and rolling stock, along with a large selection of model engineering supplies and accessories. The motors and gears for the 1938 stock were all purchased from Compass House.|
|Evergreens Miniature Railway||A portable miniature railway in the North East (permanent layout, but see 'other events') near Boston (A16).|
|London's Transport Museum||The museum owns a large collection of London Underground stock, including a four car train of 1938 stock.|
|London Underground - Official Site||The official site of London Underground, with maps, news, service updates etc.|
|London Underground Railway Society||The LURS is dedicated to the study of London's Underground railways. They hold regular meetings and organise visits to related places of interest.|
|Clive's Underground Line Guides||Detailed historical and technical information about London's Underground and light railways.|
|Tubeprune||Tube Professionals' RUmour NEtwork - Detailed technical information about the London Underground, and accounts from those that work on it.|
|Daniel Hill's Photos||Photo gallery including London Underground, the preserved 1938 Stock and Sarah Siddons.|
|Matthew Scrutton's Photographs||Friend of the LRT's photo-website, LT themed (Mainly), and includes his 5" gauge Metrovick.|
|Stephen Trower's Photographs||Friend of the LRT's photo website, including photos of the LRT and Acton Miniature Railway.|
|Metromodels||Supplier of smaller scale models of London Underground trains!|
|Radley Models||Supplier of smaller scale London Transport models. (Recommended)|
|Anorak Heaven||Lots of London Underground photos, particularly focused on signal cabins and control rooms. The site also includes photos of LU rolling stock (including 1938 tube stock).|
|Going Underground||Interesting site with games, facts, LU announcements, and more!|
|Adnalms Järnvägsklubb||The website of the FLMJ; Adrian's HO scale Swedish garden railway, and AJK; the club that maintains and operates it.|
|RailServe||Large directory of railway related websites.|
Organisations that we have supported
|Down Syndrome Extra 21||An organisation providing support for and information on Down syndrome in the Greater London and Essex area.|
|1st Hook Scout Group||The LRT has visited the group's Summer Fayre every year since 2005.|
|Walton Firs Scout Camp||The LRT visited this scout camp for their 100 Years of Scouting celebration in August 2007.|
|Scouts (Main Website)||The LRT appears at several Scout events each year.|
|Friends of Slip End Lower School||The LRT visited the school's Summer Fete in June 2007.|
|Ashford Park Primary School||The LRT visited the school's Summer Fete in June 2008.|
|Knowl Hill School||The LRT visited the school's Summer Fari in June 2008.|
|West London Line Group||The LRT supported the West London Line Group at the Brompton Cemetary open day in 2008.|
|PHVC Vehicle Management||A company from whom the LRT purchased the minibus that we now use for all events.|
|Gizmogle's Photos||Photos from a regular guest at LRT events, includes photos of the LRT along with general railway photos from around the country.|
The website of Fred Blois; the LRT's builder.
Contains information about the achievements of Sir Malcolm Campbell, his son Donald, and the K7 Bluebird Hydroplane.
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