Talyllyn Railway

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English: The Talyllyn Railway is a narrow-gauge steam railway in based in Tywyn in Mid-Wales. The railway was originally used to transport slate but is now a tourist railway. In 1951 it became the first railway in the world to be preserved as a heritage railway by volunteers.
日本語: Talyllyn鉄道はウェールズ中部のTywynを拠点とする狭軌の蒸気鉄道である。この鉄道は元々は粘板岩を運搬する為に使用されていたが現在は観光鉄道として運営されている。1951年に世界で初めてボランティアによって運行される保存鉄道になった。

Stations[edit]

Tywyn Wharf[edit]

Pendre[edit]

Rhydyronen[edit]

Brynglas[edit]

Dolgoch[edit]

Abergynolwyn[edit]

Nant Gwernol[edit]

Bryn Eglwys Quarry[edit]

Other minor halts & stations[edit]

Locomotives[edit]

No. 1 Talyllyn[edit]

No. 2 Dolgoch[edit]

No. 3 Sir Haydn[edit]

No. 4 Edward Thomas[edit]

No. 6 Douglas[edit]

No. 7 Tom Rolt[edit]

Diesels and other self-propelled equipment[edit]

Rolling stock[edit]

Carriages[edit]

Wagons and vans[edit]

Narrow Gauge Railway Museum[edit]

Maps[edit]