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Talyllyn Narrow Gauge Railway, Wales

Running from the coast at Towyn into the foothills of Snowdonia.
Towyn station on the Talyllyn Railway 27/4/2012. Talyllyn Railway Wales. A typical Welsh slate mining railway but with a new station an...
Wet, wet, wet! 27/4/2012. Talyllyn Railway Wales. There was just a moment when I thought we were expected to rid...
Host Wagon 27/4/2012. Talyllyn Railway - Wales. This host wagon would have been either first or last in the ...
Rough Pup 27/4/2012. Talyllyn Railway. Rough Pup is an Alice class 1'10 3/4" gauge 0-4-0ST built by Hunslet i...
George Henry 27/4/2012. Talyllyn Railway. George Henry is a vertical boilered loco typical of many used in the...
Number 13 27/4/2012. Talyllyn Railway. Built in 1895 by William Spence in Dublin you might now have a clue wh...
No. 2 of 1901 27/4/2012. Talyllyn Railway - Wales. No. 2 was built in 1901 by Kerr, Stuart & Co in Stoke on Tre...
Coal Wagon 27/4/2012. Talyllyn Railway. This open coal wagon was built about 1850 and worked on the FFestini...
Jubilee of 1897 27/4/2012. Talyllyn - Wales. Jubilee was built in 1897 for the Cilgwyn Quarry by Manning Wardle o...
Slab Wagon 27/4/2012. Talyllyn Railway. Built about 1860 simple and tough for carrying large slabs of slate ...
Giesl Ejector 27/4/2012. Talyllyn - Wales. Up stairs in the museum are the artefacts. This is a cut away secti...
Dot 27/4/2012. Talyllyn - Wales. They did take this diminutive 0-4-0 well tank upstairs. Built in 188...

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