Phil DeavesFor kindly making his database of geo-coded GB stations available to Timetable World.
Dan EgstromFor his wonderful collection of pre-War US and Canadian timetables. These are now scanned and awaiting indexing.
David WalkerFor the loan of a complete set of British timetables for 1955. These are also now scanned and awaiting indexing.
Colin GreenFor scanning and indexing the (British Railways) Western Region 1965 timetable.
Dave HindFor the loan of various British Railways timetables between 1920 and 1966. Scanning awaited.
Bob WestawayFor donating a complete set of British timetables from 1973.


Network Rail [GB]Timetable World is very grateful to Network Rail for granting a licence to reproduce historical timetables. Network Rail has inherited the copyright from forerunner entities, including British Transport Commission, British Railways and Railtrack.


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TIMETABLES Network Rail [Great Britain]. PDF copies of the current national timetable available here to download.
timetables-world.comA site of web-links to transport operators, useful for obtaining current timetables. Not connected with Timetable World.


naotc.orgThe [US] National Association of Timetable Collectors. Australian Association of Timetable Collectors. Forsythe Collection. A eclectic collection of transport ephemera, photographs, maps and diverse other materials. Link to Forsythe auction site.


mysql.comDatabase that underpins Timetable World. As open-source software, MySQL is free to download and use, and is included in most web-hosting packages as standard.
php.netPHP is the open-source scripting language that links the MySQL database into the website.
imagemagick.orgImage Magick is an image manipulation package. Used for batch image processing.
PanoJSRendering software for huge images.
notepad-plus.sourceforge.netNotepad++ is a free source code editor and Notepad replacement, used by Timetable World for developing CSS, HTML, PHP and Javascript.

SERVICES book-scanning service used to capture historical timetables and maps. Play: Stu Nickoll's site is an excellent place to learn about CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) as used in website development.


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