Wide Meadows wooded slopes and rugged mountain scenery surround the Vale of Rheidol Railway. It climbs 200m on its 11 3/4 mile route, from Aberystwyth to Devil’s Bridge and the line twists and turns as it clings to the hillside. Opened in 1902 to carry lead ore and timber, as well as passengers, the narrow… Read more »
Train Category: Rheidol
Faeries & Waterfalls along the Talyllynby Gavin Young
Landscape and memory on the trains of North Walesby Paul Atterbury
From Brecon to Beyondby Lucy Wood
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