Croeso i Amgueddfa Rheilffyrdd Bach Cul, Tywyn

Archwiliwch gyfraniad rheilffyrdd medr cul i’r gymdeithas fodern mewn ffordd addysgiadol a difyr.

Welcome to the Narrow Gauge Railway Museum, Tywyn

Explore the contribution of narrow-gauge railways to modern society in an educational and entertaining way.

COVID-19 Update

We are looking at possible ways of allowing public access to the museum. Even providing very limited access will have a significant effect on our finances, and as we rely solely on donations, we are seeking help to cover the purchase of the PPE and hand sanitiser that will be needed.

Please help us if you can by donating to our PPE appeal via the PayPal Donate button.

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Narrow Gauge Railway Museum
Wharf Station
Tywyn
Gwynedd, Wales
LL36 9EY

01654 710472

curator@ngrm.org.uk

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4 weeks ago

Weekly Exhibit

Kerr Stuart locomotive No 2460 was a 2ft gauge “Wren” class locomotive. Our records show that it was sent from works on 23rd August 1915 to various contractors. The first was ... See more

1 month ago

The museum is now closed in accordance with the Welsh Government COVID Firebreak. We hope to be able to re-open on Monday 9th November, subject to any COVID restrictions.

1 month ago

Museum working party 22nd Oct 2020

The Tywyn weather mojo got rather complacent this morning. Having delivered a nice dry start to the morning it bunked off on the first train and let a very heavy ... See more

1 month ago

Weekly Exhibit

Earlier in the year we featured “Talybont” which worked on the the 2’3” gauge Plynlimon & Hafan Tramway, as part of our Temporary Exhibition on Narrow Gauge Railways in ... See more

1 month ago

A reminder that the Writing Competition closes at the end of next week, the 30th October. This is your last chance to win one of the prizes being offered by the museum for a short railway-related ... See more

2020 Writing Competition The Competition is sponsored by the Narrow Gauge Railway Museum Trust [NGRMT], in conjunction with the 2020 Temporary Exhibition, which celebrates narrow gauge railways ... See more

1 month ago

Museum working party 15th Oct 2020

The Tywyn weather mojo once more got into top gear to deliver a crisp sunny morning in Wharf yard as another working party got under way. This morning Neal ... See more

1 month ago

Today we're back in the Awdry Study but this time with special guest Max Davies of YouTube's Terrier55Stepney, taking a look at the original model of - you guessed it - Stepney the Bluebell ... See more

1 month ago

Weekly Exhibit

The Lynton and Barnstaple Railway suffered from the same issues as other railways, including rolling stock defects. The vehicle would either be sent to works for repair, or if it was ... See more

1 month ago

Museum working party 8th Oct 2020

Overnight the wind blew hard and the rain landed in bucketloads, despite coming down nearly horizontally, but cometh the dawn, cometh the Tywyn weather mojo and the ... See more

1 month ago

Today's item of interest is the Giesl Ejector once fitted to "Edward Thomas"!

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