I don’t know that there fits a page particularly for English Stanley’s , but they should follow the USA type studied pretty closely.
Try this link:
If it doesnt show up , justgoogle hyperkitten type study Stanley and you’ll find a page that will tell you all the places to look.
First, I’d separate out the plane bodys by the patent marks and frog beds, then match the other parts to them.
A picture of the four frog beds is here: http://www.supertool.com/StanleyBG/stan1. the latest frog type starts around 1904 or so.
The big clues are the types eof fogs, adjuster nut, patent dates and whether they have high or low knobs.
And older planes have unchromed lever caps with no writing on them.