You may find the following websites useful...
Excellent reference books for the collector and restorer of antiques.
Phil Edwards is the craftsman behind Philly Planes, who are reviving the lost art of wooden plane making in the UK.
If you want to get your hands on some excellent woodworking tools, visit the Classic Hand Tools stand at many of the woodworking shows around the country, or if you're in the Ipswich area, visit Mike's new premises in Witnesham.
GMC publish a huge range of woodworking books.
The British Antique Furniture Restorers' Association is the foremost national organisation of craftsmen engaged in furniture conservation and restoration.
Replacement blades and chip-breakers, using traditional High Carbon; the sexy, new A2 steel for bench planes, block planes, spokeshaves etc. as stocked in our shop.
Arguably the best workbenches in the world.
The very best in blade sharpening and supplies.
Felder & Hammer woodworking machinery from Austria. Woodworking machinery specialists for industry, business and hobby use.
A very friendly and helpful Sawmill / Timberyard in West Sussex, stocking Air & Kiln dried English and European Hardwoods for Furniture Making. Also stocking some Imported Hardwoods such as North American Black Walnut, Maple and Cherry.
On the LineMine site you will find plans for a variety of projects which are computer drawn and include a cutting list and a fully annotated exploded 3D drawing. Many of the designs are by popular designer/makers, and references to relevant publications that may help in the construction are included. Simon Rodway also offers tuition in CAD which is aimed particularly at the demands of woodworkers, based around the AutoCAD/AutoCAD LT/IntelliCAD programs.