Gauge: 1ft 11½in (600mm)
The Bala Lake Railway is a modern heritage railway opening in 1972. It is built on part of the trackbed of the former standard gauge railway from Ruabon to Barmouth, and runs for 4½ miles alongside Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake) from Llanuwchllyn to the outskirts of Bala.
|Number / Name||Manufacturer||Type||Notes|
|Winifred||Hunslet Engine Co. No.364 of 1885||0-4-0ST|
|George B||Hunslet Engine Co. No.680 of 1898||0-4-0ST|
|Nesta||Hunslet Engine Co. No.704 of 1899||0-4-0ST|
|Holy War||Hunslet Engine Co. No.779 of 1902||0-4-0ST|
|Alice||Hunslet Engine Co. No.822 of 1904||0-4-0ST|
|Maid Marion||Hunslet Engine Co. No.704 of 1899||0-4-0ST|
|Triassic||Peckett No.1270 of 1911||0-6-0ST|
|Bob Davies||Baguley Drewery No.780||4wDM|
|Chilmark||Ruston & Hornsby No.194771 of 1939||4wDM|
|Lady Madcap||Ruston & Hornsby No.283512 of 1949||4wDM|
|Meirionnedd||Severn-Lamb No.22 of 1973||Bo-Bo|
Note: Works plates were changed between locomotives during repairs and consequently they ended their lives with not necessarily the correct ones. Plate 44370 in the collection ended up fitted to Hummy.