Fairbourne Railway (Fairbourne) Reviews
Description:Miniature railway in North Wales. Fairbourne Railway runs for 2 miles from the village of Fairbourne (near the Fairbourne standard-gauge station) to the end of a peninsula, where there is a connection with a foot ferry across the Mawddach estuary to the ... more
Fairbourne Railway (Fairbourne) ... seaside resort of Barmouth/Abermaw. The track is laid to a gauge of 121⁄4 in (311 mm). The line was opened in 1895 as 2 ft (610 mm) gauge, initially as a horse-drawn construction tramway. It was converted in 1916 to 15 in (381 mm) gauge, and again to its present gauge in 1986.
Customer Fairbourne Railway (Fairbourne) Reviews (1)
by John Reid - written on 14/08/07
wonderful I enjoyed it very much. I would recommend the through ticket on the ferry (make sure you get the railway ferry though) and visit barmouth to make a day of it.
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