The former railway goods yard is home to the Conwy Valley Railway Museum and its large miniature railway and there is also a motor museum with over thirty vintage cars.
The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway was opened in 1903 to link farming communities as far away as Llanfair Caereinion with the market town of Welshpool where their goods could be sold.
The Llanberis Lake Railway takes you on a five-mile return journey along the northern shore of the beautiful and tranquil lake of Llyn Padarn.
A beautiful nine-mile return journey beside Bala Lake.
Taking visitors from Fairbourne to the shores of the Mawddach Estuary for a hundred years.
The Talyllyn Railway runs seven and a quarter miles along the beautiful Fathew Valley from the seaside town of Tywyn (on the Cardigan Bay coast) to Nant Gwernol.
The Welsh Highland Heritage Railway runs from March to November from their main station opposite the Network Rail station in Porthmadog (on Tremadog Road).
An unforgettable trip up to 3,560 feet (1,085 meters) and the top of the highest mountain in England and Wales and panoramic views across Snowdonia and far beyond.
The Brecon Mountain Railway, “Rheilffordd Mynydd Brycheiniog”, is located on the edge of The Brecon Beacons National Park in South-East Wales, three miles north of Merthyr Tydfil. It runs five miles along mountain, lake and forest scenery, including the whole of the Pontsticill Reservoir, before ending its journey at Torpantau.
Built in 1859, originally being a horse-drawn tram-road, making it the first narrow-gauge railway in Mid-Wales.