A collection of (mostly) commercial diesel shunters, with detailed articles about their mechanical restoration. I now feel less worried about the space my instruments and computers take up -- at least I don't have 17 railway locomotives to find homes for!
I managed to waste most of Saturday morning reading back in this blog. I must actually visit Beamish again at some point...
Rail accident investigations from the USA. An awful lot of these follow a common pattern: two trains collide head-on when operating on single track in "unsignalled territory". You would have thought that the cost of cleaning up a couple of these would outweight the cost of, like, installing some signalling. There's also not much in the way of detailed investigation of the root causes here.
Much like the USA ones, although the same companies and operating practices tend to be involved.
Railway history. The book on the history of London Underground's telecommunications is particularly interesting.
Used to be less fancy. Now is considerably more fancy, with lots of detail on the "advanced" tab for individual trains.
The live maps are pretty neat.
A very small train maintenance and hire company, running DEMUs designed for the Hastings-Tonbridge Wells line.
I can't imagine why I would ever need this, but it's sort of interesting that it exists.