Extenal links

 

List of Steam Related Sites

Papplewick Pumping Station - Victorian Water Pumping Station, where CDMES have their other track.

Pleasley Colliery Mining Museum 9 miles South of Chesterfield & 3 miles North of Mansfield

Claymills Pumping Station, Another preserved Victorian Pumping Station at Burton upon Trent, Staffs.

Forncett Industrial Steam Museum a unique collection of large stationary steam engines

Middleton Top & Leawood Pump Group, Two steam sites in Derbyshire

Kew Bridge Steam Museum A collection of stationary steam engines, near Kew Gardens, London

Westonzoyland Pumping Station The Museum of Steam power and land drainage in Somerset.

Markham Grange Steam Museum, Brodsworth, Doncaster, South Yorkshire

Dogdyke Pumping Station, Dogdyke steam pumping station, built in 1856

Cruquius Pumping Station The massive water pumping engine, nr. Amsterdam, Holland

I.S.S.E.S., International Stationary  Steam Engine Society

W. Benson, Engineer, Lathes & Steam  Engines. Robin Hood Works, Nottingham. 1855 - 1963

List of Steam Related Sites

Rochdale S.M.E.E. Rochdale Society of Model & Experimental Engineers

Sheffield S.M.E.E. Sheffield & District Society of Model & Experimental Engineers Ltd.

Chingford & D.M.E.C.Chingford & District Model Engineering Club

The Kinver Model Engineers The Kinver and West Midlands Society of Model Engineers

Evergreens Miniature 7 1/4 inch gauge Railway, just north of Boston

Ashover Light Railway Bringing Steam back to the Amber Valley

Darjeeling Himalayan Railway Society

Model Engineering Society Site, a site with details of model coal fired steam locomotives

Road Traction Engine Site, a site dedicated to the  Nation Traction Engine Trust

Peak Rail Peak Rail run regular Steam and Diesel hauled heritage passenger trains between Matlock Riverside and Rowsley

Midland Railway Trust,  The Midland Railway Centre, Butterley Station, Ripley, Derbyshire.

Pendragon Publishing, publishers of 'BackTrack' historical railway journal

Toy Steam Engines online museum of toy steam engines and model engineered engines by Michael Stacey of Chesterfield

Note: Inclusion  of a link on this page does not necessarily imply an endorsement of the  corresponding organisation by CDMES.


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