How to navigate this site
This site has been designed for people using MS Explorer
version 5 or later. The photographs are best viewed using one of the new TFT
flat screens which provide a significantly brighter screen than the older "TV"
type monitors. Broadband connection is beneficial because of the number and
size of the photographs. As the site is being built for the long term we trust
that visitors with an older specification will accept these short comings.
To navigate around the site use the six headings (HOME, LMS,
GWR, LNER, MISC and About) to select a subject. Clicking on any of these six
headings (the photograph or text on the home page) will take you to the section
page. Each section has a number of route or location links on the left of the
screen that allows access to a given route or location page.
The route page will provide links in a sequential listing
of the stations along the route. In a few instances, where there is more than
one interest at that location e.g. an MPD/Shed in addition to the station, then
the subsidiary locations provide the links.
Each station/location page will have the route(s) its
associated with at the top of the page that acts as a link back to the route
page. As an alternative, to the left of the screen are all the section's route
The thumbnail photographs or the "image reference" acts as a
link to the larger photograph. To return to the thumbnails from the larger
image, use the "back" link, below and to the right of the caption.
At some stations where there are a large number of
photographs at one location, a thematic link has been included above the
thumbnail photographs. These allow access to further photographs on the
location/theme. This is to minimise the down load time of the thumbnail
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