Nantlle Railway


20/05/1825Nantlle Railway
Act passed. The engineers were George and Robert Stephenson.
  /  /1828Nantlle Railway
Line opened.
  /  /1867Carnarvonshire Railway
Opened from Carnarvon to Afonwen (Carnarvon to near Pen-y-groes on re-aligned Nantlle Railway).

Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

This is the northern terminus of the Welsh Highland Railway, built in the shadow of Caernarfon Castle alongside the Afon Seiont.

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Welsh Highland Railway Garratt No.143 at the Caernarfon terminus of the WHR on 6th April 2019. This UK Railtours' charter left Blaenau Ffestiniog on ...
David Bosher 06/04/2019
New use for old stuff - former BR window toppers being used by the Welsh Highland Railway on their stock ...
Caleb Abbott 03/06/2023
The line from Menai Bridge Junction to Afon Wen closed in 1972 but in Caernarfon the trackbed continues to be used fairly extensively. The modern ...
Malcolm Chattwood 21/06/2022
Ex-South African Railways NSGG Class 16 2-6-2+2-6-2 No.87, 79 years old at the date of this photo, running round at the northern terminus of the Welsh ...
David Bosher 22/05/2016
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Welsh Highland Railway train from Porthmadog Harbour to Caernarfon arriving at Dinas on 22nd May 2016. Before the original 1930s closure of the WHR ...
David Bosher 26/05/2016
Beyer-Garratt 143 gets ready for a day's work on the Welsh Highland Railway at Dinas in May 2012. ...
Peter Todd 14/06/2012
Requires some attention. A derelict 2-8-2 in the sidings at Dinas on the Welsh Highland Railway in June 2012. ...
Peter Todd 14/06/2012
The Welsh Highland Railway's Beyer-Garratt no 143 photographed on 14 June en route to Porthmadog. ...
Peter Todd 14/06/2012
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Nantlle station, sited almost two miles west of the village of the same name in the village of Talysarn, the substantial station building was at the ...
Malcolm Chattwood 22/06/2022
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