Talyllyn Railway

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Enjoy your own Railway Adventure and travel in style in our original Vintage carriages, with this chance to spend the day exploring the beautiful Fathew Valley.

With guides travelling with you on the train, learn about the rich history of the railway, the quarry it served and its part in the Slate Landscape of Northwest Wales UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Included in the trip are photographic stops, a chance to see Ty Dwr water column, a guided tour of the museum and opportunities to see Pendre Works – all topped off with a cream tea at Wharf Station.

Guide Prices

Adults – £39.50 Children – £15

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Facilities

Children

  • Children welcome

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.

Accessible by Public Transport: Tywyn station is 0 miles away.

The Slate Trail | Talyllyn Railway

Type:Railway Event

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

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