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Welsh Trains

(Modified on Saturday 15th May 2012)

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Aberystwyth Cliff Railway
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A view of Aberystwth from the cliff-top

The Talyllyn Railway, a narrow guage railway originally built to bring slate to Towyn from quarries inland.

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Dolgoch Falls, accessible from the Talyllyn Railway

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The water powered cliff railway at the Centre for Alternative Technology, near to Machynlleth

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The Vale of Rheidol Railway from Aberystwth to Devil's Bridge

Fairbourne Railway in the rain 08/09/09
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Welsh Highland Railway 09/09/09
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The tramway to the top of the Great Orme at Llandudno.

There are two connected tramways. The first makes a very steep climb to a station that houses the winding gear. From there a second vehicle takes passengers through a less steep climb to a point near to the summit.

The Llangollen railway.



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