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Talyllyn Railway (United Kingdom)

Talyllyn Railway opened in 1865 to carry slates and passengers along the Fathew valley serving Bryn Eglwys Slate Quarry and the village of Abergynolwyn.

Photos of Talyllyn Railway

Photographs Of Talyllyn
Photographs Of Talyllyn (10 photos)
Last updated May 8th 2015 by thorpey
Historic Photographs Of Talyllyn
Historic Photographs Of Talyllyn (0 photos)
Last updated April 29th 2008 by thorpey

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Major Mining Region

Talyllyn Railway belongs to the Corris & Southern Merioneth/Meirionnydd region.

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