Croeso i Amgueddfa Rheilffyrdd Bach Cul, Tywyn
Ymgysylltu gyda, diddanu ac addysgu ymwelwyr am gyfraniad enfawr rheilffyrdd cul
i gymdeithas, yn y gorffennol a’r presennol.
Welcome to the Narrow Gauge Railway Museum, Tywyn
Engaging, entertaining and educating visitors about the huge contribution of narrow-gauge railways to society, past and present.
Gwybodaeth am ymweld â’r amgueddfa
Gweld ein casgliad ar-lein
Pethau i roi cynnig arnyn nhw o’ch cartref
Helpwch i gefnogi ein hamgueddfa trwy roddion a gwirfoddoli
Amgueddfa Achrededig: 1433
Elusen Gofrestredig: 1040128
- 24th May 2022This Sunday marked the anniversary of the opening of the Nant Gwernol Extension on the Talyllyn Railway on 22nd May 1976. One of the issues that needed to be addressed was the fact that the original 1865 Act, only covered the line to a point just East of Abergynolwyn Station. To cover the line from … (more)
- 19th May 2022Another fine dry morning in Tywyn, but wagon no. 146 was absent from Wharf yard. Having been taken to Pendre for an inspection over the pit, and given a conditional clearance to be used on the line, it was parked on the ash road and did not return to Wharf. In consequence Charles Benedetto and John … (more)
- 17th May 2022Continuing the theme of timetables, the Talyllyn Railway started the world’s first preserved railway passenger service on 14th May 1951. The date chosen was Whit Monday, a public bank holiday at the time. Whit Monday falls seven weeks after Easter, so 70 years ago services started on 2nd June. The … (more)
- 10th May 2022