Enjoy spectacular coastal and mountain scenery by rail on the Cambrian Coast.
The Cambrian Coast Railway is a bit special. Neither quite a main line nor a small branch line, it was built in stages between the 1850s and 1860s. Today some lucky passengers get to travel on occasional steam-hauled trains, but the beauty of the Gwynedd coastline is the main attraction. Sit back, relax and watch the stunning scenery and spectacular peaks go by, all from the comfort of your seat.
Look out for some unusual features preserved on the line, including an avalanche shelter over the cliff-top section of track at Friog (between Llwyngwril and Fairbourne stations) and original wooden bridges dotted along the line.
- Accessible by Public Transport
- Info Point
- Buggy Access
- Good Walks Nearby
- Wheelchair Access
Full Grid Reference - Pwllheli Station: SH 375350, Machynlleth Station: SH 744013
OS Landranger map sheet: 123,124,135
- 08457 48 49 50
- Cambrian Coast Railway, Pwllheli, LL53 5HG