Rheilffordd Talyllyn Railway | Wedding Venue

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The Talyllyn Railway's tea room at Abergynolwyn Station is licensed to hold civil marriage ceremonies. Make your Wedding Day extra special, yet different and less formal - hire a steam-hauled train to collect you and your guests from one of our Stations between Tywyn and Dolgoch and carry you to Abergynolwyn Station for the wedding ceremony.

The tea room will be reserved and prepared with flowers, table and seating for the formal ceremony. Afterwards, light refreshments can be served followed by photo opportunities around the station and train before it takes you and your party back down the line to the Station of your choice - you might think of using the Dolgoch Falls Hotel for your Reception, for example. We'll provide a special, personalised headboard for your own train service which is yours to keep.

All the possibilities and arrangements can be discussed with us and we will be pleased to offer help and advice as you plan your special day.

Each station you will use is a working one and your wedding will be individually organised to suit the requirements of everyone involved. The facilities are available most days of the year although it may be difficult to arrange matters for weekdays during our peak season (late July to end of August) because of the frequency of service trains. Your train and arrangements will therefore operate to a timetable suggested by the Talyllyn Railway and largely dictated by the normal service in operation on your chosen day.

The ceremonies are performed under the authority of Superintendent Registrar Mr. Dylan Jones, Meirionnydd Area Office, Cae Penarlag, Dolgellau, Gwynnedd, LL40 2YB who can be contacted on 01341 424341 between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m., Mondays to Fridays. The date and content of the ceremony must be agreed with the Registrar before we can accept a final booking.

Typically, the Wedding Party and guests (wedding groups of up to forty people) join a special train at Tywyn Wharf station for the forty-five minute journey to Abergynolwyn. They are met there by the Registrar who will spend a few minutes talking to the Bride and Groom before the ceremony.

After the ceremony there is time for photographs with the train and light refreshments before you return to Tywyn in your special train, the total time taken being about three hours. The train carries an individual headboard which is yours to keep and you can choose the locomotive and carriages from the stock which is operational at the time.

You can download our wedding brochure using the link below or obtain a printed copy by contacting us.

King's Licenced Cafe & Bistro - at Tywyn Wharf station open from breakfast to afternoon tea, and on selected evenings.
Gift Shop - a wide range of gifts, books, models and souvenirs at Tywyn Wharf station.
The Narrow Gauge Railway Museum - Free museum at Tywyn Wharf telling the story of the narrow gauge railways of Wales and beyond.
Quarryman's Caban - tea rooms at Abergynolwyn station, open when train are running. Most trains take a 20-30 minute break here.
Railway car parks at Tywyn Wharf (£1 )and Abergynolwyn (£1). There is a privately owned car park at Dolgoch Falls (charges).

Guide Prices

Each wedding is tailored to suite your needs and numbers of guests, contact us to discuss your special day this and pricing.

Events

Friday, 2nd August 2024 - Saturday, 3rd August 2024

Sunset Steam Special at Talyllyn RailwayLate Night Steam | Talyllyn RailwayTake an unforgettable train ride into the night…
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Tuesday, 6th August 2024 - Tuesday, 6th August 2024

Floral Trail at Talyllyn RailwayFloral Trail | Talyllyn RailwayThe Prettiest Train of The Year!
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Tuesday, 6th August 2024 - Tuesday, 6th August 2024

Tuesday, 13th August 2024 - Tuesday, 13th August 2024

Tuesday, 20th August 2024 - Tuesday, 20th August 2024

Tuesday, 27th August 2024 - Tuesday, 27th August 2024

Thursday, 5th September 2024 - Thursday, 5th September 2024

Thursday, 12th September 2024 - Thursday, 12th September 2024

Thursday, 19th September 2024 - Thursday, 19th September 2024

Thursday, 26th September 2024 - Thursday, 26th September 2024

Talyllyn RailwayThe Slate Trail | Talyllyn RailwaySee the Fathew Valley in a new light with our Sunset Steam Specials! Every Wednesday and Sunday in August.
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Tuesday, 27th August 2024 - Tuesday, 27th August 2024

Land Rover Rally at Talyllyn Railway, Wharf Station.Land Rover Rally | Talyllyn RailwayOur annual Landrover gathering is taking place on the 27th August.
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Saturday, 28th September 2024 - Sunday, 29th September 2024

Sunset Steam Special at Talyllyn RailwayHeritage Weekend | Talyllyn RailwayCelebrating our rich history as one of the first narrow gauge passenger railways!
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Wednesday, 30th October 2024 - Thursday, 31st October 2024

Steam n Scream PosterHalloween Steam and Scream | Talyllyn RailwayJoin us, if you dare, for a ghoulish evening train ride to Dolgoch Woods…
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Facilities

Accessibility

  • Disabled toilets
  • Wheelchairs available

Booking & Payment Details

  • Credit cards accepted (no fee)

Catering

  • On-site catering
  • On-site light refreshments
  • Picnic site

Children

  • Baby changing facilities

Groups

  • Education/study area
  • Facilities for educational visits
  • Facilities for groups

Meeting, Conference & Wedding Facilities

  • Facilities for conferencing
  • Facilities for corporate hospitality

Parking

  • EV Charging
  • Parking with charge

Property Facilities

  • Dogs Accepted
  • Gift shop
  • Postbox
  • Public toilets

Site Features

  • Regional Tourist Board Member
  • Welcome Host

Target Markets

  • Accepts groups
  • Coach parties accepted

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Tywyn is on the A493 road from Machynlleth to Dolgellau. Approaching from Aberdyfi, Wharf station is on the left. Coming from Dolgellau, go through the town centre past the National Rail station for 300yds and we are on the right.

There is a Large pay & display car park 100 yards away. Parking is also available at Dolgoch and Abergynolwyn stations, located on the B4405 Bryncrug to Talyllyn road.

Rheilffordd Talyllyn Railway | Wedding Venue

Type:Wedding Ceremony Venue

Rheilffordd Talyllyn Railway, Gorsaf Wharf Station, Tywyn, Gwynedd, LL36 9EY

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Awards

  • Regional and MiscellaneousWTTC Safe Travels WTTC Safe Travels 2022

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