These are some useful links assciated with SRC and Kirkby Stephen East.

 Updated 17/12/10

'Stainmore 150'

Kimberley Boak's article on Kirkby Stephen East

Forgotten Relics - Belah Viaduct

The Stainmore Line

Snowdrift at Bleath Gill (1955) 

The Northern Viaduct Trust

NER, GNR and GER - designed locomotives operating at KSE included - Class 1001, 398, 1463/E5, 38, 901, B/N8, N/N9, C/J21, 59/J22, P1/J25, D3, G/D23T26/E4, T/Q5, T2/Q6, O/G5 and G6.

The G5 Project

The 82045 Locomotive Fund

Accident Reports - Bowes 1861, Stainmore Summit 1874, Lartington 1910 and Tees Valley Junction 1925.

The Cumbrian Railways Association Photo Library

The Eden Valley Railway Trust

Organizations SRC is a member /associate of:

LNER Coach Association

North Eastern Railway Association

UK & Ireland Heritage Railways

Our site is a venue for the Kirkby Stephen Classic Commercial Vehicle Rally at Easter:

Cumbria Classic Coaches

Photographers that have collections including our stock:

Peter Boggis

Ben Boggis

David Lawson

Sites detailing the history of the line and other railway lines in the area 

Peter Burgess:  Railways in Cumbria

James Redfern: Settle & Carlisle Line

Nick Catford:     Disused Railways


 Sites about the local area

The Kirkby Stephen Community website

The Kirkby Stephen 'Walkers are Welcome' website

Walks in the area and great aerial views of the line are found on the Visit Cumbria Website

For information about hundreds of events in the Lakes & Cumbria, please see Lakes Free Time

Railways where our locomotives have run:

Caledonian Railway (2084)

Battlefield Line (68009) 

Chasewater Railway (68009)

Vale of Glamorgan Railway (68009)

Barrow Hill Engine Shed Society (68009)

Embsay and Bolton Abbey Railway (68009)

Our funders include:

Heritage Lottery Fund

Eden District Council

Cumbria County Council

North West Regional Development Agency 

Cumbria Waste Management Environment Trust

Rothera & Brereton - The Paper Company Ltd

Friends of the Lake District

Cumbria Community Foundation - The Holehird Trust


 2084 during Day Out with Thomas at Caledonian Railway

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