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Talyllyn Railway | Victorian Narrow Gauge Steam Train Experience

Published on 19 Aug 2013 by Gwion Llwyd

Talyllyn Railway | Victorian Narrow Gauge Steam Train Experience
This is a ‘must do’ steam train event if you’re staying in one of our holiday cottages in North Wales this September.

The Victorian Narrow Gauge Steam Train Experience at Talyllyn Railway is a fantastic family day out. Every thursday in September, guests are given a quick informative tour of this handsome and original locomotive before climbing on-board the victorian carriages for a journey up the beautiful Fathew Valley.

The train stops along the way for guest to disembark, take photographs, enjoy a short forest walk and have some lunch. (Bring a picnic.). On returning home to Tal Y Llyn station passengers are treated to a victorian cream tee before been invited on a conducted tour of the Narrow Gauge Railway Museum. Advanced booking is recommended so click the link below for all the contact details.

http://www.talyllyn.co.uk/victorian-train

 
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