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The Talyllyn Railway is a historic narrow gauge steam railway, being the Worlds First preserved Railway!. Our track runs for 7.25miles from Tywyn to Abergynolwyn and Nant Gwernol through unspoilt Snowdonia. Our station at Tywyn is also home to the...more
If in the area you must visit this narrow gauge railway. Fabulous views. Saw six buzzards this afternoon. Well maintained carriages and locos. All staff are very helpful and friendly. Wish I lived nearer!
We took the Victorian Train this Thursday, and thoroughly enjoyed the special event, with a dedicated timetable that gave us extra running time on the Railway, the services of a well informed guide and , best of all, the photo opportunities at different locations, all...More
We went on the Thursday Victorian trip. A little bit more expensive than the normal daily trip, but to have the o
ld coaches & the original engine from tbe 1800's was a buzz. We were also privy to the local guides talks about Wales,...More
We took our nearly 1 year old for a ride on the steam train last week. He loved it!
We had a great experience from start to end. Staff were very friendly and helpful. They gave him his own little ticket for the train and...More
The is a social calander must. Our gang of 20 always make sure we are there for this. The volunteers there are fantastic...well worth a visit. If you get a chamce to drive an engine it is well worth the fee and the bucket list...More
My husband is a bit of a steam-nut so, for his belated 50th birthday present, he had a 'Talyllyn Treat' - a footplate ride on an engine for the entire one-way run. Well, actually he had a two-way trip as we paid for both of...More
Ten of us had an outing on this wonderful steam train. The engines are quite beautiful. We were like a group of children on a special treat. The trains are lovely and when we got to Abergyolwyn we had tea, cake or ice cream.