On this page You will find links to other websites. On most websites You will find only information about the railway or museum where a former WD-diesellocomotive is and mostly NO information about the locomotive itself. When there is information (I) or 1 or more pictures (P or PPP) it is shown with the link.
Are there more websites with information I should mention here? Tell me!!! ns162(a)isonsproject is my e-mail adress (but change the (a) for @ !!) Thanks a lot!


The World War II Railway Study Group (PPP on the "Related Links"-page) Please join this group if you have more information about Railways and WW-II. They are constantly looking for more information!!

Railways with a WD-locomotive:

The Avon Valley Railway at Bitton. (P on "Photo Gallery" -> "Engines and Equipment" -> Third row, second picture from the right) They run a small line near Bath through a splendid countryside. They have WD 70031 and WD 70036.  (PPP on the "Gallery"-page) is the website for the "Stratfort on Avon & Broadway Railway Society". I don't know if they still there but they should have WD 70047, now 201 "Mulberry" (P on the "Locomotive Department" and some I on "Barclay 0-4-0" (click on the picture)) is the website for the "Rushden Higham and Wellingborough Railway". Here WD 48 or WD 70048 should be. A direct link to a part of the Foxfield Railway website and the page where WD 820 is described, with 2 pictures. Do look at the other pages too. They have a great collection! a website about another group restouring a class-mate in England

Websites with information about WD-locomotives   This website is about a German railway where military people learned how to run a railway. If you look at "eingesetzte locomotieven" you will find that WD 45 and 48 where used there. WD 45 however, was never in Germany, look at it's page and at my Dutch-pages. No pictures, yet.....

Websites with information about preserved diesel locomotives (all classes)  A huge website with almost all preserved locomotives, lot's of info about the preserved lines and news-items! And off course a lot of pictures too. Well worth a visit!