Welsh Highland Railway (Caernarfon) Reviews
Description:Travel behind a steam locomotive through the fabulous scenery of the Snowdonia National Park from Caernarfon to ... more
Newest Review: ... and pay on board. There are also other fares if you wish to only travel in one direction (e.g. when walking or cycling back) or only wishing to go halfway. The shop also sells refreshments (although we could only see ice creams, which weren't appropriate on a very cold New Year's Eve!), toys, clothing, souveneirs, puzzles, books, DVDs etc. They also had many leaflets for other attractions ... more
Customer Welsh Highland Railway (Caernarfon) Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/01/09 (Very useful, 613 readings)
The Welsh Highland Railway runs from Caernarfon to Rhyd Ddu in Snowdonia, this is currently being extended to Portmadog and final phase should be completed this year (2009). Of course, you don't have to start in Caernarfon, you can board the train in Rhyd Ddu or one of the stations inetween if you wish. We started our journey in Caernarfon. The Welsh Highland Railway begins beneath the town's castle and is easily found using the brown tourist signs. There is a small car park at the train station, but you can also use the car park just a couple of minutes walk away (which we did) - this is situated by a habour below the castle. Toilets are available in a ... Read the complete review
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