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
- 8th December 2023A very select team assembled in the museum this morning, Allan Black, Max Birchenough and John Olsen had just one morning to complete their tasks and clear up ready for the next museum open day. With the strong likelihood of the platform glass screens being installed soon (to provide wind and rain … (more)
- 5th December 2023Nameplate from the French Company Corpet & Louvet locomotive, works No.936 of 1903. This metre gauge 0‑6‑0 tank was built new for the Compagnie Française de Chemins de Fer a Voie Étroite for their line from Nantes to Legé. After a decline in traffic, the railway was sold for dismantling and … (more)
- 2nd December 2023A bright, but very cold day, greeted the team in Wharf Yard this morning. Thanks to the efforts of the Outdoor Gang, who temporarily put aside their mammoth relaying of Ty Mawr, the final pair of slate wagons were moved over to the heritage siding so that they could be covered over for the winter. … (more)
- 28th November 2023Amongst the collection of headboards is this painted board used for Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society AGM specials. The close up photograph shows it carried by TR locomotive No.1 at Wharf Station. The second photograph was taken by R.K.Walton on 27.9.1958 of the Talyllyn Railway AGM special on … (more)