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A magical little line full of history and fun for the children and adults. The cafe has good quality hot and cold food with lovely Welsh cakes that went well with the tea and coffee.
The people were very welcoming and made us feel quickly...More
Although the line may be a bit short, the railway is still brilliant! I went there with a few of my friends, and the staff was really friendly; they showed us around the shed and we even got footplate rides on Russel! The museum is...More
Dad and I spent a lovely morning at this railway. The staff were extremely friendly (without being overbearing). With this railway you get a lot more than you expect, the actual railway journey isn’t very long (about a mile) but everyone can disembark at the...More
Not to be confused with the main Welsh Highland railway this short section is ideal for anyone who does not have time or has travelled on the other narrow gauge railway.
I decided to opt for the footplate experience which was very good.The train crew...More
A must do if you are ever in the area. Great for train fanatics, children or people who like to do something different. The whole experience is about 1 hour long and the staff are very friendly and lots to tell you about how the...More
The kids loved this trip, but it’s way too short. The journey couldn’t have lasted more than 5 mins each way, and only the stop off at the railway museum saved it really. The kids got to go on an even shorter ride on the...More
Interesting visit as others report but this railway needs to get together with the other Welsh Highland railway and run further rather than opposing each other.
I noted they do have a junction with each other but politics of each other getting in the way....More
The shed/ museum stop off is great if you have young children that want play on some real trains. I do hope this place is charging admission rates to look after the rolling stock, line and volunteers, as I feel it was rather expensive too....More
We visited on a very wet day with our two boys 8 and 12. Had lunch in the cafe (which was a bit expensive) then took the short train ride. We also got chance to drive a diesel engine which was brilliant. Sheds are full...More
What a great little railway to visit, all the staff were very welcoming and friendly.
The railway is very interactive and informative with the children.
The railway isn’t very long and includes a museum, miniature railway and drive a locomotive too.
Well worth a visit,...More