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L&B Photo Galleries and Other Resources

  • Blogspot: Mike Bayly
    Mike, a British ex-pat. now living in the USA, is blogging his attempt to scratch-build "The most accurate 4mm scale model of Lynton station that has so far been built".
  • Blogspot: David Prime
    David first built his model of Lynton Station in 2001. His blog records his refurbishment and updating of the original layout .
  • L&B Group on Flickr
    Mark Simon has created this group on Flickr to highlight his and other supporters' photos of the L&B. The group currently contains over 900 images, dating from the 1960s to today. (A Yahoo! account may be needed to view these images)
  • Clive Roper took these photos at the 2011 Autumn Gala.
  • Wikipedia has a number of articles featuring the L&B. Whilst the information isn't guaranteed, L&B supporters regularly monitor the pages to keep them as up-to-date and as accurate as possible.


Links Policy

The links listed here are not intended as a comprehensive directory and do not infer our endorsement, but we do hope they prove useful.

We do check these links from time-time, but if you do find any that no longer work, please let us know via our Contact Form.

We welcome anyone to link to our railway’s website and we thank those that do for their continued support for our project.

These links are provided in good faith and the L&BR cannot be held responsible for the content of linked websites or services advertised on them.

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