AlabamaRailfan.com Link Interchange!

Welcome to The Link Interchange, a collection of World Wide Web links. Some of the best information you can find on the 'net can be found from links on related pages. I personally find many of my favorite web sites this way, so I wanted to make sure I also do my part in supporting my fellow web enthusiast through The Link Interchange. Be sure to check some of these sites out! There is a wealth of information just waiting to be found!

Have a rail related web site? Railfanning in Alabama is interested in "swapping links" with you!
Please fill out the form below to submit your site for addition to the Link Interchange! I will do my best to add your link as soon as possible! A return link would be very much appreciated! If you link to AlabamaRailfan.com, be sure to me let me know, and I will gladly return the favor!

  AlabamaRailfan.com Link Interchange:

Railfan Sites with Alabama Related Info:

Alabama chapter of Operation Lifesaver:
http://www.alol.org/

Andrew Appleby's Railfan Images from around the Tuscaloosa, AL area!:
http://wildchickens.bravehost.com/

Bobby Payne's Train Junkie features a large and ever growing collection of locomotive photos from Southern Alabama and Northwest Florida including CSX, BNSF, UP, NS, AGR, AMTRAK, IC, SP, CN, LEASES AND MORE:
http://www.trainjunkie.com

Britt Johnson's site covers the NS AGS district main line from Chattanooga,Tennessee to Birmingham, AL as well as the CSX Alabama Mineral Sub:
http://www.geocities.com/starfighter104bj/

Carey Hinch's site, The Birmingham Southern Railroad "Port Branch" in O-scale features models, photos and history of this Alabama shortline:
http://www.bsrroscale.com/

Dale Burns' Rail Pics: Displaying railfanning pictures in and around The Great State Of Alabama:
http://www.alabamarailpics.com

Derrick Davis' Railroading Redneck Style is from a railroading friend of mine:
http://www.geocities.com/Nashville/Rodeo/4694/

Friend and fellow railfan, Ray Cole's Trains of the South is a great site with lots of pictures from the Alabama area:
http://rayspics.railfan.net/

Jason Redd's The New Railfanning Dixie: A look at trains across the Deep South:
http://www.trainweb.org/south/

My friend, fellow railfan and modeler, Mark Pettey, has founded the EllenN Railroad Modelers Club on Yahoo! for L&N model railroaders:
http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/ellennrailroadmodelers

Official site of the Heart of Dixie RR Museum in Calera, AL!:
http://www.hodrrm.org/

Old Alabama Rails, based in Montgomery, Alabama strives to celebrate the history of Alabama rail transportation and its role in the social and economic evolution of the state through the development of a dynamic visitor attraction on the site of the Weste:
http://www.oldalabamarails.org/

South Pittsburg, Tennessee Historic Preservation Society's site including a virtual tour of the Sequatchie Valley Railroad!:
http://www.historicsouthpittsburgtn.org/

The Frisco Comes to Demopolis, Alabama:
http://www.demopolis.ws/

The MGB Model Railroad Club is located in Central Alabama, near Montgomery, Millbrook, Wetumpka, Maxwell and Gunter Air Force Bases:
http://www.mgbrr.org

The only steam powered authentic Welsh victorian narrow gauge railway in the America's is located in Silverhill, Al. Check out their website at:
http://www.waleswest.com

Visit Jim's Railroad page with info from Alabama, Florida, Mississippi and Louisiana:
http://trainweb.org/jimrail/

Other Railfanning Sites:

An information "A to Z" resource guide to American railroading!:
http://www.american-rails.com/

Barry's Trains & More: A Place to talk all about trains, cars, and anything thats there! So please come and join!:
http://bnsfdetector.proboards77.com/

Barry's website of photos of UP and various shortlines in the Van Buren, Fort Smith Arkansas area and surrounding parts of the cities.:
http://www.freewebs.com/barrykincy/

Carolina Model Railroaders is dedicated to the promotion of model railroading as a hobby. Their location is the old REA building inside the Depot at 234B East Washington St. in downtown Greensboro, NC:
http://www.carolinamodelrr.homestead.com

CG Communications North Jersey RailScan: Featuring LIVE Railroad Radio Communications From The Northern New Jersey/New York City Metropolitan Area:
http://railscan.cjb.net

Check out Bill's Latrobe, PA and Valley Station web site including Amtrak and Conrail on the Pittsburgh Line:
http://www.billvons.com/trains/

Check out Nathan Chidester's TrainPixs Network with lots of photos and railfanning info with an extra section dedicated to railfanning in the Kansas City Metro area:
http://trainpixsnet.us.tf/

Check out the NC&STL Volunteer Modelers website, an all volunteer model railroading group located in Jackson, Tennessee::
http://www.trainweb.org/ncmodelers/

Check out the Niagara Railways site, covering the Niagara Region of Ontario, including Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, Fort Erie and Welland:
http://niagara.railfan.net

Chris Coleman's Webville and Hypertext RR Co. is one of the best known railroad sites on the Internet:
http://www.spikesys.com/webville.html

Chris Kelling's site features a gallery of railfan excursions with commentary:
http://www.geocities.com/kellingc/

Clint Chamberlain's Train Site is an excellent resource for photos of rolling stock and stuctures:
http://www.northeast.railfan.net/

Columbus Railfan: Home of the Post Conrail Repaints and Photos and the Ohio Rail Link web sites:
http://www.trainweb.org/columbusrailfan/

Covering the Twin Cities & Western Railroad in Minnesota. Included are photos, railfan guides, operations, news, etc.:
http://www1.webng.com/tcwr/

Dave Dupler's site features over 2000 photos in Ohio, Pa., W.Va & etc. from the 1970 to current:
http://www.davedupler.com/rr.html

Dave's Trains, Inc., a frequently updated website offering quality postwar Lionel trains, accessories, prewar Lionel, Marx and an archives section. Repairs & service available:
http://www.davestrains.com

Dean J. Heacock's site, CSX Photo Archives, is the most complete collection of CSX locomotive images I have found on the internet:
http://www.trainweb.org/csxphotos/

DPD Productions: makers of highly respected TrainTenna line of antennas. DPD also provides antennas for Military monitoring, Ham, MURS, GMRS and more!:
http://www.dpdproductions.com

Ed Houk's Trains and model train photos from various locations. Trains are mostly from the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast Areas with some from the Western states:
http://www.angelfire.com/md2/emhouk/

Eric Burris' RailNet site features photos, sound clips, scanning info and more!:
http://www.trainweb.org/railnet/

Eric Thomas' site features Free railroad desktop themes: Altamont Commuter Express, Amtrak(80s), Amtrak(Genesis), Amtrak California, Amtrak Cascades, BNSF, Canadian Trains, CB&Q, Southern Pacific, Union Pacific, plus links to more:
http://www1.uop.edu/~ethomas/index.html

Far more detailed railfan locations than any other known resource. Tours have now been included for those with several hours or days to explore specific railroad lines. Almost 1,300 sites have now been detailed:
http://www.frograil.com

Featuring over 3,000 links, RailroadData is one of the most popular railroad resources on the web:
http://www.railroaddata.com

For a huge archive of railroad images, see Rick's TrainPage:
http://www.trainpage.com/

George Elwood's Erie Lackawanna and other Fallen Flag and Shortline Railroad Photos has tons of rare photos:
http://www.rr-fallenflags.org/

Get Online Booking and Information for the the Palace on Wheels one of the Luxury Train in Rajasthan India.:
http://www.thepalacesonwheels.com/

H. B. Plant Railroad Historical Society located in Plant City, Florida:
http://www.hbplantrr.org

Hunka Custom Train specializes in B-units, slugs, and Hi Hood units on all NS, NW, and Southern:
http://www.hunkalocomotiveworks.homestead.com/index.html

Information, photos, maps, diagrams and timetables for the Southeast Michigan:
http://members.aol.com/jsundin357/x/extreme.html

Jelsma Graphics, America's leading distributor of railroad art and embroidered appareal with over 600 railroad print and 260 embroidered railroad logos:
http://www.jelsma.com

John W. Coniglio, author of Steam in the Valley, a history of the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum 1961-1998, has a great web site:
http://www.steamvalley.com

John Welch's CNO&TP site features a train symbol map of the CNO&TP, lots of info in the links section and even his own Norfolk Southern Webring:
http://www.angelfire.com/tn/johnscnotppage/

Maharajas' Express - the latest edition in the fleet of luxury trains in India, offers unique experiences of travelling in India.:
http://www.maharajas-express.com

Mark Laundry's Yard Limit page has a wonderful amount of pictures and resources for the switcher enthusiast:
http://yardlimit.railfan.net/

Matt Reese's page deals with the railroads in northern West Virginia such as CSX, Conrail, and several shortlines:
http://www.wvrail.railfan.net/

Matthew Sadler's site, Tennessee Valley Railfanning, has some great resources for trainwatching in the area:
http://www.trainweb.org/tnvalley/

Models Buzz: Models are the real thing !:
http://www.modelsbuzz.com

Nathan`s Train Pictures features photos of CSX, Amtrak, shortlines and others!:
http://www.trainweb.org/nathanstrainpics/

Now you can track railroads in your area using any UHF 450 Mhz band scanner or communications receiver and PC. The model TT-4884 modem decodes both the EOT (end-of-train) and cab telemetry transmissions from your receiver's audio then displays the data!:
http://www.TrainTalkComm.com

Offering home-style affordable AND enjoyable railfan videos from many locations around the country! Now offering DVD as well as VHS videos!:
http://www.blyrailvideo.com/

Paul and Zachary's Railfan website with shots across the country:
http://www.z-trains.com/

Peter Dahlberg's "The Mainline" features everything you would need to know to railfan the greater Washington, DC area:
http://www.mainline.railfan.net

Railfanning CSX from Washington/Baltimore out to Pittsburgh and Grafton:
http://eastend.csx.railfan.net/index.html

RAILNET - Web Site of Trains has photos, sounds, screensavers, themes, and more!:
http://www.trainweb.org/railnet/

Railroad related matchbook covers from around the world:
http://rrmatch.railfan.net

Rails USA Internet Search Engine & Directory is a full featured rail related site:
http://www.RailsUSA.com/index2.shtml

RailServe.com provides more than 8,000 railroad links, search engine, railfan message board, free classified ads, Microsoft Train Simulator Add-Ons, ICQ list, and more.:
http://www.railserve.com

Randy Mower's Randy's Railroads page has tons of photos, mostly from the 1980s:
http://www.trainweb.org/randysrr/randys.htm

Redekers Railroad Photos features photos of many different railroads and shortlines all over North America:
http://www.geocities.com/marktomer/

Reginald McDowells site, Devine Junction, features railfanning in Columbia, South Carolina - with Norfolk Southern, CSX, and Amtrak with everything from local freight to intermodal trains:
http://www.geocities.com/columbiarail/DevineJunction.html

Robert Johnson's web site includes photos of Amtrak, Conrail, CSX and NS:
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/denman/931/

Roger Miller's site, ROGER's World, has lots of good quality photos:
http://rogerwld.railfan.net/

Scenic railway photography from Hungary and the surrounding countries:
http://www.benbe.hu/mainpage_eng.php

See Brian F. Case's Pictures of Trains and Other Railroad Subjects:
http://bfcase.railfan.net/

See John Degnan's Railroad Images Web Site for a great selection of railroad photos:
http://www.trainweb.org/seaboard/index.htm

See Southern Rail Video's excellent collection of railfan videos:
http://www.trainweb.com/southernrail/index.html

Southeastern Model Railroaders Forum website is a great place to discuss modeling Southern Style:
http://smrf.railfan.net/SMRF/

Stephen Foyt's Texas Trains site features lots of info on railfanning the Lone Star State with tons of photos:
http://www.texastrains.5u.com/

Steve Grande's TrainWeb is another excellent site full of useful resources as well as web space for railfans:
http://www.trainweb.org

The "OFFICIAL" Discussion, Modeling, Railfan, And Sightings Forum Group On New England's Greatest Regional Railroad The Providence And Worcester Railroad:
http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/ProvidenceandWorcesterRR/

The Ohio Railroading Railmaster Website!:
http://start.at/railmaster

The safety committee for Acca Yard in Richmond Va, on the CSX:
http://members.tripod.com/~csxsafety/index.htm

The ULTIMATE Southern Railway Diesel Modelers' Web Site:
http://www.sourwy.railfan.net/

This site is setup for Radio Scanning enthusiats in Southern Alabama and North West florida. There is also a link to my SouthAlabamaScan Yahoo group on there. We cover monitoring Rail, Air, Military, Public Safety, & Federal Government communications.:
http://www.radiokingpin.com

Thousands of North American railroad photos including steam and diesel trains in a variety of scenic settings, plus prints and gifts for sale!:
http://www.steamphotos.com

Tod Davis' site Railroads of South-central Tennessee, is a must visit site!:
http://www.cafes.net/wayback/

Tourist Railroad, Railfans, Modelers and Enthusiasts meeting place:
http://www.newenglandrailroad.com

TrainOrders is an excellent site with lots of resources for the railfan:
http://www.trainorders.com

Want Amtrak info, photos, and more? Visit Anthony Rizos' Amtrak Unlimited Web Site:
http://www.amtraktrains.com

Watercolor originals and prints of trains, mostly from southeastern U.S. by award winning artist, Frank Crowe.:
http://www.crowerrart.com

Wes Reminder's website featuring Conrail Locomotives and Equipment:
http://www.trainweb.org/conrail/

With tons to see and download, Ron Paludan's RailwayStation site ranks as one of the best on the 'net:
http://www.railwaystation.com/

Other Sites of Interest:

Alabama Live is the premier site for news and info in Alabama!:
http://www.al.com

Remote Control Planes, Radio Control Heli, RC Planes available at::
http://www.skyhighhobby.com/

                            

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