Map courtesy of www.wsr.org.uk
The West Somerset Railway is Britain's longest Heritage Railway and probably the most scenic; it is worked by a variety of preserved steam and diesel locomotives.
There is a WSR jigsaw puzzle available at 5542
WSR 2013 has started with some photos at Minehead on 31 March.
Spring Steam Gala 2013 has my photos of this event.
WSR 2012 has photos of the Autumn Steam Gala as well as 4160, 88, 34067 Tangmere, and 45379 on 29 September.
Mixed Traction Weekend 2012 has photos of this event, including a visiting Deltic.
The Spring Steam Gala 2012 has photos of the action on 17, 24 and 25 March, as always a great event with plenty going on.
WSR 2010 has some photos from 2010 and 2011.
WSR 2009 has photos of the year's events, including the arrival of A1 Pacific 60163 Tornado at the head of an excursion and now updated for the Mixed Traffic Weekend.
Spring Steam Gala 2009 has my photos of this years Spring Gala.
Spring Steam Gala 2008 has photos of this event.
There are a few photos now on WSR 2009.
Click here for details of how to get free travel on the West Somerset Railway!
Click on the links below to go to the various pages:-
There are photos of Heritage Buses working services in connection with the WSR on Quantock Heritage.
For photos of the current mainline scene in Somerset go to Somerset & Devon
Click here to go to the unofficial WSR site, in many ways the best of them for enthusiasts.
Click here to go to the West Somerset Railway's site
Click here to go to the West Somerset Railway Association's site
wizzer.me.uk is a new site about the West Somerset Railway by a fellow volunteer, Jon Tooke. He often finds odd places to take photos from and even odder things to take them of so check it as it grows!
G.W.R. Locomotive 5542 has news about this recently restored loco.
DINMORE MANOR LOCOMOTIVE LIMITED, the site of the owners of 7820 Dinmore Manor and 3850.
Visit our Travel Centre for train and ferry times and tickets.
This site was last updated 01-04-2013
Photos not otherwise credited are ©2001 - 2011 S G J Huddy. Other photos are included with permission of the copyright holders.