Favourite Links
Light up the world with the World Wide Web.

 

Why not dive into the bottomless spiral of the Internet and it's many Web Sites.
Some of these are friends of mine and some are just good sites (so says me).

 

BT Infinity
They supply my 38Mb Fibre Optic Connection.
The fastest download and upload speeds I have ever had.
Excellent installation plus reliable and fast connection.
 
Freeola (ISP) Fantastic company that used to be my ISP.
They still host my web site Anorak Heaven.
They give you unlimited web space
and loads of email addresses.
Too much to write about here - just go and visit.
The Signal Box THE SIGNAL BOX
Photo images plus facts and figures relating
to Britain's Main Line Railways.
If you like railways (especially Signal Boxes)
then you must visit John Hinson's Web Site.
The Tube Prune TUBE Professionals' RUmour NEtwork.
An unofficial web site for professional railway people
working for London Underground and for those interested
in London's  Underground railway system.
Full of inside information and great links
to many sites relating to London Underground.
Little Red Train  7½ inch gauge sit & ride railway
that uses a 1938 tube stock train.
Sadly not presently operating.
But the web site is still going.
ICKENHAM and DISTRICT Society of Model Engineers Based in the suburbs of West London
they operate their own miniature gauge railway.
Phil (Ginster) Wimbush
(a fellow I used to work with at Wood Lane)
runs his own loco there.
 District Dave District Dave's
London Underground Site.
Rolling Stock anorak's dream site.
Transport for London __TRANSPORT for LONDON__

Roads, Buses, Trams, Railways, and the Tube.
Every mode of transport in London.
LUL museum "Museum" is based at Covent Garden
and the "Depot" is based at Acton.
Site is brill but you must take a visit in the flesh.
Historical Model Railway Society An excellent source for railway modellers
with in depth history of British railways.
Information exchange and photographs.
Also has loads of railway orientated links.
London Underground
Railway Society
Studies all aspects of London's underground railways
including LUL, Docklands, Post Office
and even relevant National Rail lines.
Post Office Underground Railway London's Post Office Railway.
What, you never knew it existed?
Frixo - Motorway Traffic Reports A brilliant source of information
regarding the roads around Britain.
Great for planning your next road trip.
Amazon (UK)
One of the easiest sites to navigate.
Totally brilliant for CDs, DVDs and Videos.
Fantastic choice of books and games too.
Having used them for many years now I would
personally recommend this site to anyone.

RAKUTEN.CO.UK

PLAY.COM
before 24th March 2015

Brilliant people who sell CDs, DVDs, Games, Books,
PC Stuff, Gadgets, Mobile Phones
and much much more.
Highly recommended - I use them all the time.
Free delivery on everything.

Leo's Den Leo's Den Music Direct.
Everything you could want to order of
Cliff Richard and the Shadows
Big world-wide mail order service .
Ultimate Band List Information on all your favourite bands
in alphabetical order.
C.A.M.R.A. Campaign for Real Ale (nuff said).
Ridley's Brewery Ridley's, a true Essex brewer.
One of my two favourite beers.
Sadly sold out to Greene King in July 2005.
Young's Brewery Young's, a true London brewer.
The other of my two favourite beers.
Sadly sold out to Charles Wells in May 2006.
JD Wetherspoon J.D. Wetherspoon.
Probably the largest Pub Chain across the U.K.
Still has to be the cheapest pint anywhere.
Also the place to sample many guest ales.
Plus their food is good value and tasty.
N.A.S.A. Keep up to date with America's space programme.
Star Trek The Official site - not an MSN site anymore.
If you love Star Trek - you will love this site.
Lego Land Great day out for young children.
LEGO means "PLAY WELL" in Danish.
Take a look at LEGOLAND WINDSOR RESORT.
Scout Net UK
Everything on Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.
 
Epping Ongar Railway Running Trains and Heritage Buses every weekend and Bank Holidays.
They are well worth a visit and are based in Ongar, Essex.
My good friend Nick Whelan is a volunteer here.
You can reach him at nickw@eorailway.co.uk

Used to be Triumph Computer Systems
Augmented Reality
(Was Triumph Computer Services before March 2005)

BAZ (my son) was a Senior Programmer here
until they folded in November 2009.
G.W. Thompson Ltd. took over the business
and Baz now works for them.
They are now called Food Management Systems
and they write software for the management
of food services and wholesale industries.

 

 

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