|Railways in East Anglia
|Bure Valley Railway
|15" gauge railway operating on the old GER trackbed from Aylsham to Wroxham.
|Colne Valley Railway
|On the trackbed of the Colne Valley Railway at Castle Headingham
|Epping and Ongar Railway
|Running from North Weald to Ongar
|Mid Norfolk Railway
|Running between Dereham and Wymondham
|Mid Suffolk Light Railway
|Fledgling preserved railway at Brockford
|North Norfolk Railway
|Running for 10.5 miles between Sherringham and Holt on the Norfolk coast.
|Museums in East Anglia
|Railway museum and several railways, in various gauges, running through the famous gardens.
|East Anglian Railway Museum
|Based at the Chappel and Wakes Colne station.
|East Anglian Transport Museum
|Near Lowestoft at Carlton Colville, plenty to see, including trams, trolley buses and railways.
|Mangapps Railway Museum
|Excellent museum and railway, very comprehensive signalling collection with good display of single line tokens.
|Preserved Signal Boxes
|St Albans South
Established by volunteers to restore and preserve the St Albans South signal box as part of our railway and architectural heritage.
|London Transport box under restoration.
|Other Museums with Signalling interest
|Kidderminster Railway Museum
|Excellent museum, very comprehensive signalling collection based at the southern end of the Severn Valley Railway, which in its self is worth visiting.
|National Railway Museum
|It's all here, but not all on display unfortunately.
|Signalling Web sites
|Signalling Record Society
|The society for all aspects of signalling, with links to other signalling sites.
|The Signal Box
|This site covers perhaps all you want to know about signalling, past and present. Links to other signalling sites.