The Southwold Railway was a 3ft gauge line running between Halesworth and Southwold in Suffolk, England, a distance of 9 miles. It opened in 1879 and closed in 1929. The line is usually remembered for its tall-chimneyed steam engines, long six-wheeled coaches and steady, if unremarkable, work over 50 years.
The Southwold Railway Trust has been developed to revive the line, continuing the work of the Southwold Railway Trust, which was formed in 1994.
For the Southwold Railway Trust website please click here.
If you're interested, there are three other pages worth a look:
My short history of the Southwold Railway, with pictures and a map
Pictures and description of a garden railway looking rather like the Southwold Railway
For a film of the above garden railway version of the Southwold Railway,
click here and look at "Hidden Treasures" or edition 10 or click here for the direct review.