Talyllyn Railway (Tywyn) Reviews
Description:The Talyllyn Railway (Rheilffordd Talyllyn) is a 2 ft 3 in (686 mm) narrow gauge preserved railway line running for ... more
Talyllyn Railway (Tywyn) ... 71⁄4 miles (11.8 km) from Tywyn on the Mid-Wales coast to Nant Gwernol. Despite its name it does not quite reach Talyllyn Lake, a large glacial ribbon lake at the foot of Cadair Idris.
Newest Review: ... way, these being: Pendre - This was the original passenger station in Tywyn. Here you will pass the Carriage sheds, workshops and loco shed. Rhydyronen - This station is situated within a wooded area. The station is a request stop, but is ideal for those staying at Tynllwyn Caravan Park. Brynglas - This station is actually located in the hamlet of Pandy. Dolgoch - This is a popular stop ... more
Customer Talyllyn Railway (Tywyn) Reviews (1)
by - written on 29/11/08, updated on 30/11/08 (Very useful, 226 readings)
Talyllyn Railway is a narrow gauge steam railway situated in the beautiful countryside of Mid Wales. The little line runs for just over 7 miles of the Fathew Valley, giving visitors lovely views of the valley and surrounding hills and mountains. Your journey will start at Tywyn Wharf. Here you can buy your tickets, wonder around the shop and the little museum, or even have a sit down in the cafe. You'll find the staff (volunteers) friendly and helpful should you want to ask any questions. Make sure you're wrapped up warm before you get on the train as it can be a little cold and drafty at times. Don't forget, these trains aren't modern! Although, ... Read the complete review
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