Use the Map Controls on the right to navigate / explore this map

AREA SELECTOR CONTROL Click the DOWN ARROW then select an area to move the map to.

LOCATION SEARCH CONTROL Click the Magnifying Glass icon and then type in the first word of the location name you are looking for. If you type in the wrong word then click on the X icon which will remove the existing word and allow you to type in a new word. If the Search returns one or more typed name matches, select the one you require (if it is there) or to close the SEARCH CONTROL box, click on the MAGNIFYING GLASS icon. The SEARCH CONTROL box automatically closes when a location name is selected.

ZOOM IN/OUT/HOME CONTROL BUTTONS Located at the top right of the map Click on the control button to ZOOM IN or the control button to ZOOM OUT Click the HOME CONTROL button to return the map to its opening view.

LAYERS VISIBILITY CONTROL Clicking the LAYERS VISIBILITY CONTROL button enables you to SWITCH MAP LAYERS On & Off by Checking / Unchecking the required tick boxes

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Welcome to heritagerailwaysmap.co.uk, a web site which accurately maps Heritage Railway locations with related web information throughout Great Britain.

The map is populated with data collected by Volunteers of the Strathspey Railway, both for the benefit of Heritage Railway enthusiasts and for visitors who want to know where to go locally, for a great day out (Once the Government lifts the Lock Down).

On the map you will find information and the location of
  • Standard gauge heritage railways
  • Narrow gauge heritage railways
  • Miniature railways
  • Museums with railway content
  • Railway Associations
  • Web Cams which feature heritage railways
  • Holiday accommodation associated with or adjacent to a railway
  • Railway blogs associated with a heritage railway
  • Services - no content yet, future content will include suppliers to the heritage railway industry.

We hope you enjoy using this web site and welcome your feedback. Should you know of, or discover any other Heritage Railway locations that we have not yet plotted on the map and which are linked to information on the web, then please use the Contact Form below to contact us.

The map is best navigated and explored using the following map controls;

 

AREA SELECTOR CONTROL

Located at the top right of the map.

Click the DOWN ARROW then select an area to move the map to.

 

AREA SEARCH CONTROL

Located underneath the ZOOM IN/OUT/HOME CONTROL BUTTONS.

Click the Magnifying Glass icon and then type in the first word of the business/organisation name you are looking for.

If you type in the wrong word then click on the X icon which will remove the existing word and allow you to type in a new word.

If the Search returns one or more typed name matches, select the one you require (if it is there) or to close the Search Control box, click on the Magnifying Glass icon. The Search Control box automatically closes when a business/organisation name is selected.

 

ZOOM IN/OUT/HOME CONTROL BUTTONS

Located at the top right of the map

Click on the control button to ZOOM IN or the control button to ZOOM OUT

Click the HOME control button to return the map to its opening view.

 

LAYERS CONTROL

Clicking the layers control button provides the ability to switch map layers on and off by checking / unchecking the required tick boxes
Standard Gauge Railway Map Marker
Standard Gauge Railways
Narrow Gauge Railways Map Marker
Narrow Gauge Railways
Miniature Gauge Railways Map Marker
Miniature Gauge Railways
Railway Associations/Trust Map Marker
Railway Associations / Trusts
Railway Webcams Map Marker
Railway Webcams
Railway Accommodation Map Marker
Railway Accommodation
Railway Blog / News Map Marker
Railway Blog / News
Railway Services / Suppliers Map Marker
Railway Services / Suppliers

With the exception of the Web Cams Markers, which are positioned in the view, all map markers are positioned within sight of the location. Map Markers representing railway / organisation premises are within metres of the entrance to the property.

The data on this map is updated on a regular basis, through our own checking and also from information supplied to us by location owners and users of the map. If you discover any location or data error / omission on the map, then please use the Contact Form below to provide an update on the location.

To avoid disappointment on arrival, we recommend you should ALWAYS contact a business / organisation prior to travelling to their location.

This map includes Branded Map Markers which are used to better represent a business / organisation and which are used with the location owner's permission. The use of a Branded Map Marker is available to businesses / organisations who wish to both increase their visibility on this map as well as provide more information to visitors. The Branded Map Markers are larger than the Standard Map Markers. The popup information panel they link to contains more information about the location; including phone, address, e-mail, web, routing and social media links. Use the Contact Form below to enquire about this map feature.

The use of this map is covered in our terms and conditions, which are available here.

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RAILS TO GRANTOWN - GETTING UP A HEAD OF STEAM IN 2020!


The Strathspey Railway’s long term ambition has always been to re-open its line all the way from Aviemore to Grantown-on-Spey, thus putting the Capital of Strathspey back on the railway map and providing its passengers with a destination as well as a journey.

The Strathspey Railway Charitable Trust was established by the railway to deliver this goal by extending the line from its present northern terminus (Broomhill) through to Grantown-on-Spey - hence the project title "Rails to Grantown".

As well as giving the Strathspey Railway’s passengers a destination and not just a train journey, studies have shown that the project will bring more visitors and significant economic benefits to Grantown.

To find out what is currently happening and how you can help bring this exciting project to fruition, visit railstograntown.co.uk