No guarantees are made with regard to any of these sites. They are just some of the ones that appeal to me, either due to personal involvement or general interest in their content.

THE CHARLES CLOSE SOCIETY - This site will be of interest to anyone interested in the history of mapping and in particular the history of the Ordnance Survey. The Society was set up to promote serious research into the background of the Survey but now appeals equally to anyone collecting or having a general interest in its products.

DURSLEY GLOUCESTERSHIRE - My other web-site, as yet on a much smaller scale, which will document the beautiful part of the country in which I now live. Dursley is situated under the edge of the Cotswold escarpment between Gloucester and Bristol, close to the River Severn, Wales and the South-West.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE PUBS - A great site for those interested in the history of public houses and breweries in the county of Gloucestershire, either from a historical or "practical" point-of-view. It shows the results of extensive research into the past as well as bringing it up to date by showing the current status of the various establishments.

WELSH HIGHLAND RAILWAY SOCIETY - The magic of steam, the splendour of the North Wales countryside around Snowdonia and the struggle to overcome huge obstacles in rebuilding what will be the longest narrow gauge railway in Great Britain make this a site worth visiting.

WOODCHESTER MANSION - An interesting venue local to where I live and one with which I am involved on a voluntary basis, Woodchester mansion is an unfinished Victorian masterpiece, a wonderful gothic creation situated in a secluded valley in the South-Western Cotswold's near Stroud. Well worth a visit.

Other links which may be of interest

Mangapps Railway Museum - This is a privately owned working museum established on a farm at Burnham on Crouch, Essex.  It features a ¾ mile standard gauge passenger carrying line, with restored stations, signal boxes and ancillary equipment removed from various sites throughout East Anglia, including the signal box which once stood at Berney Arms.