• Cranbrook & Paddock Wood Railway
From Paddock Wood to Hawkhurst in Kent. Opened 1893, closed. 1961.
• Rye & Camber Tramway
3ft gauge line between Rye & Camber in East Sussex. Opened in 1895, closed in 1939.
• Selsey Tramway (West Sussex Railways)
From Chichester to Selsey in West Sussex. Opened in 1897. Closed in 1935.
• Kent & East Sussex Light Railway
From Robertsbridge in East Sussex to Tenterden in Kent. Opened in 1900. Extended to Headcorn in 1905. Closed to passengers in 1953. Freight continued on Robertsbridge to Tenterden section until 1961.
• Sheppey Light Railway
Between Queenborough and Leysdown on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent. Opened in 1901, taken over by the SE&CR. Closed in 1950.
• Bere Alston & Calstock Light Railway
Between Callington and Bere Alston. Opened in 1908. Upper section closed in 1966, the four miles to Gunnislake is still open.
• Burry Port & GwendraethValley Light Railway
Freight-only line opened in 1869, converted by Stephens to passenger carrying in 1909. Closed to
passengers 1953 and to freight in 1996.
• Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Light Railway
Between Llanymynech in Montgomeryshire, with a branch from Kinnerley Junction to Criggi on. Opened as a light railway in 1911, closed to passengers in 1941 and operated by the Army until 1960.
• Isle of Wight Central Railway
Stephens was briefly engineer to the IoWCR in 1911.
• Weston, Clevedon & Portishead Light Railway
Linking three seaside towns on the Bristol Channel. Opened in 1907, closed in 1940.
• East Kent Light Railway
Lines to serve the Kent coalfields from a junction at Shepherdswell. Opened to freight in 1912 and passengers in 1916. Closed to passengers in 1949 and entirely in 1987.
• Edge Hill Light Railway
Mineral line from Burton Dassett to ironstone mines at Edge Hill, Oxfordshire. Closed in 1925 when ores ran out
• Weston Point Light Railway
Freight-only line along the ManchesterShip Canal opened in 192210 serve chemical works. Partially in use today.
• Festiniog and Welsh Highland Railways
In 1923 Stephens became the civil engineer and locomotive superintendent of both the FR and the WHR which were under joint management.
• Ashover Light Railway
Narrow gauge line between Clay Cross and Ashover in Derbyshire. Opened in 1924. Closed to passengers in 1936 and to all traffic in 1950.
• Snailbeach District Railways
Opened in 1877 from Pontesbury to Crowsnest (Snailbeach), 2'33A" gauge to serve lead mines. Taken over by Stephens in 1923. Traffic ceased in 1959.
• North Devon & Cornwall Junction Light Railway
Between Torrington and Halwill Junction, used the formation of the Mt gauge Torrington & Marland Mineral Tramway for part of route. Opened 1925 and run by the Southern Railway. Closed to passengers in 1965 and to all traffic in 1982.