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Tourism > Attractions > Welsh Highland Railway

Welsh Highland Railway, Caernarfon

Starting from the historic town of Caernarfon, the Welsh Highland Railway is North Wales' newest narrow-gauge railway and the UK's longest heritage line, operating the world's most powerful narrow gauge steam locomotives.

The magnificent scenery of the Snowdonia National Park is best experienced from one of these trains as you sit back and enjoy the view during the 25 mile journey. The railway runs past the foot of Snowdon, to the picture postcard village of Beddgelert, through the beautiful Aberglaslyn Pass and on to Porthmadog.

Trains operate daily during July and August and most days of the week from April to June and in September and October. A full return trip takes around five hours, but shorter journeys to other stations are also available. Leave the car behind and experience a comfortable ride in high-quality carriages with on-train refreshments and freshly-cooked food served at your seat. All trains also offer luxury first class travel in Pullman carriages at a small supplement.

At Porthmadog, the railway shares its station with the world-famous Ffestiniog Railway with trains to Tan y Bwlch and Blaenau Ffestiniog, where connections can be made with the Conwy Valley line for onward travel to the North Wales coast.



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Welsh Highland Railway
Harbour Station
Porthmadog
Gwynedd
LL49 9NF


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