RailwayBlogger is a blog dedicated to all things railway following my love for heritage railway, today’s railways and model railways. Expertly written from a position of experience and knowledge. Barrie has been employed in the railway industry for over 40 years after qualifying as a railway electrical engineer. In addition he has extensive heritage railway experience over a similar period of time and is currently the Chief Mechanical Engineer at a Heritage Railway. When not occupied with full scale trains, Barrie enjoys railway modelling. Barrie’s extensive contacts within the railway industry often give him exclusive access to project and sites and enable him to write sought after reports with photos.
The blog started in December 2016
Page views January 2018: 9,300 (Google Analytics)
Facebook: 1,800 follows
Pinterest: 650 followers
I publish on average 1 post per week and I post to Facebook and Twitter every day.
The photos on this website are my own unless stated and I used an iPhone 6. Some photos have been cropped or lightened from the original. Some photos are my originals taken in the 1970s and 1980s and scanned to digitise.
What can the RailwayBlogger give you
- Honest and informed reviews
- Original photography and quality writing
- Dedicated social media across all my channels
- A highly engaged and loyal readership and social media following
- Quick follow up and timely write up
How to work with the RailwayBlogger
Railway trip reviews
Model railway reviews
Railway book and DVD reviews
Social media coverage
Hosted competitions and giveaways
Selective product placement
Popular Posts on RailwayBlogger
Heritage Railway: Somerset and Dorset railway event to mark the anniversary of closure
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Please contact me for further statistics and for my rates.
If I have received a product, trip or invitation as a gift I will always disclose and give my honest opinion. All the thoughts and opinions expressed on this blog are my own.