Experience the nostalgia of historic steam trains in some of Wales’ finest countryside. Running continuously since 1865, the railway starts on the coast at Tywyn, snakes through the foothills of Cader Idris to Dolgoch Falls, Abergynolwyn and Nant Gwernol.
The train clings to the hillside as it passes through ancient woodlands and over ravines. The trip takes about an hour each way. Your ticket allows you to break your journey and extend your day: you could take a country walk, explore wooded paths, discover waterfalls or visit the beach.
Tywyn Wharf station is home to the Narrow Gauge Railway Museum, which tells the story of little railways across Britain, and King’s Cafe which serves hot and cold food, lunch time specials and a licensed bar. Quarryman’s Tea Room at Abergynolwyn serves a range of light
refreshments and light bites.
Step back in history, and experience the original preserved steam railway in breathtaking Southern Snowdonia.
The whole family can enjoy a day out at the railway, dogs and their well behaved owners are welcome everywhere at the railway including our trains, shops and cafes.
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