Open cars and carriages
- Passenger Carriages at the opening of the Glasgow & Garnkirk Railway, 1831
- The Metropolitan Railway, London, 1862
- From open car to coach-like carriage to modern passenger carriage
- The Liverpool and Manchester Railway passenger service (early years)
- Stockton & Darlington Railway Carriage, 1847
- The Huskisson” — a 1930 replica of an 1840s Liverpool & Manchester Railway passenger carriage
- For comparison: an 1851 American Railroad Passenger Car
Later Victorian carriages
- Workingman traveling by the 12:55 p.m. train from London to Enfield Town, 1884.
- Passenger service on Southeastern Railway to Greenwich, Woolwich, and Blackheath, 1885
- How Queen Victoria traveled by train
- UK Passenger Service in 1840
- The Change of Gauge at Gloucester, 1849
- Advertisement for Railway Passengers Assurance Company, 1851
- Safety on Late-Victorian Railways: Deaths and Injuries, 1884-91
- Train Wrecks (sitemap)
Nock, O. S. The Pocket Encylopaedia of British Steam Locomotives. Illustrations by Clifford and Wendy Meadway. Poole: Blandford Press, 1964.
Pattinson, J. Peabody. British Railways: Their Passenger Service, Rolling Stock, Locomotives, Gradients, and Express Speeds. London: Cassell, 1893. Internet Archive version of a copy in the Stanford University library. Web. 26 January 2013.
Last modified 17 October 2016