Timetable Resources

Timetable Resources

Postby DPSimulation » Sat Apr 19, 2014 12:37 pm

Current Timetables

Particularly useful for modern day scenarios, simply pick the area in which you are creating your scenario and you can easily put together the relevant traffic. Here are three but there are more available that do a similar job.


Network Rail also publish the Working Timetable.



A very useful site to provide reference for all manner of railtours up and down the country. Often includes information on timings and formations.


Historic Timetables

http://www.timetableworld.com/index.php - Many historic timetables covering the whole country.
http://www.1s76.com/ - Historic information about CrossCountry services.
http://web.archive.org/web/201206181844 ... ratis.com/ - Site no longer available, but viewable through the archive. The 'Where Were You' section is particularly useful.
http://steverabone.com/Hellifield%20Website/ - Useful for the S&C route.
http://www.bexley-is-bonkers.co.uk/phot ... 2_14.shtml - Network SouthEast timetables.
http://www.michaelclemensrailways.co.uk/?tok=34 - Old Western Region Working Timetables.
http://www.ribblevalleyrail.co.uk/Old%20Timetables.htm - Many old timetables from many areas. Very interesting.
http://www.railtables.co.uk/ - Another fantastic timetable archive.

There are loads more, I just need to dig them out.
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Re: Timetable Resources

Postby AndiS » Sat Apr 19, 2014 2:20 pm

The most efficient way to scans of famous Mr. Bradshaw, "inventor of time table collections" in a way.
https://archive.org/search.php?query=cr ... radshaw%22
Most are traveller's handbooks but these two not:
Great Britain and Ireland, 1846
The Continent, 1888 (warning: 2 GB)

Amazon carries both a reprint of the UK and Continental books from other years. They are really fat, I got the latter.
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Re: Timetable Resources

Postby bescotbeast » Tue Apr 22, 2014 7:12 am

If like me you like collecting Historic Public and WTTs then this site I find particularly useful http://britishrailwaybooks.co.uk/wtt/wtt.php ,another option is "fleabay" or gala days at Preserved lines where you normaly find a loco society selling off old timetables etc.
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