Jonathan Germann's excellent rail photography site has grown a great deal since
it was listed on HET's Links Page back in 1999.
Likewise Maikha "V" Ly's website has grown, and specialises in InterCity operations with
"V" sets and also contains recent information updates on Lithgow's Zig Zag railway. Recently
received a HUGE update in May 2004!
Check out Trendy Rechauffe's page for some great network photos. It's a bit old now but still
worth a drop in.
Paul Turtle's page was for a long time the "last word" in NSW Rail Web Pages with a massive photo collection. Well well worth a look!
The obvious link. Includes links to such important inclusions like the NSW Heritage
Rolling Stock Lists (dating from 2001), and the Recent Tenders department.
Yes they get plenty of critics.. but can you help them make the trains run on time? (and for that matter stop
them falling off the track occasionally?
The official NSW Government site for release of Rail Investigation documents.
Dont believe the media, look for yourself. Includes the Glenbrook and Hexham reports.
Formed in 1991, SETS embarked on a program of private rail restoration projects in 1997.
They also run interesting tours, although their website hasn't been updated for quite a while.
HET Member David Johnson's (now a little dated) but very comprehensive site. From a Driver's point of view!
Craig Dewick was instigative in setting up the very first Computer Bulletin Board dedicated
to electric train news back in 1990. See what it's now become.. HERE.
This site has come and gone many times.. well it's back, and a boon for
NSW RTM, for many years State Rail's "Preferred Heritage Group".. that is until
3801 came along, and new changes to Heritage Policy. Still the biggest and best museum.
Based at Paterson (near Maitland) in NSW Hunter region, and dedicated to restoration and operation
of rail motors.
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and I'll update ASAP