The longest narrow gauge railway in the UK runs coast to coast through mountains, from ancient Caernarfon, a walled town with a commanding, many-towered castle, to boat-fringed Porthmadog, where it shares a station with the Ffestiniog Railway. The scenery changes all the way along the 25-mile trip, with breathtaking views of Snowdonia, the Aberglaslyn Pass and… Read more »
Train Category: WHR
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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