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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3 days ago

Weekly Exhibit

We have a number of cast iron axlebox covers in the collection. These were bolted to the axlebox, and allowed access to the axle bearings. The two shown this week are from the Isle ... See more

1 week ago

Weekly Exhibit

The Corris Railway, in common with most public railways, supplied uniforms to those staff who interacted with their passengers. Our collection has two uniform buttons, one large and ... See more

2 weeks ago

Weekly Exhibit

The Dinorwic Quarry foundry cast many parts for its railways, including the locomotive nameplates. An example in our collection is the one for AMALTHÆA, one of the three Hunslet ... See more

3 weeks ago

Weekly Exhibit

To mark the end of the year, a board to indicate the end of a train. This week’s exhibit is a Last Vehicle board from the Festiniog Railway. These boards were displayed on the ... See more

4 weeks ago

Tonight at 7pm!

As a Christmas treat for everyone, for the first time in 9 years, we have taken the Reverend Awdry's Ffarquhar Branch layout outside of the Study for an operating session - join Luke ... See more

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Today, Luke and Frank take a look at something VERY special - the Reverend Wilbert Awdry's Ffarquhar Branch Layout!For ...

1 month ago

The Narrow Gauge Railway Museum is pleased and very proud to announce that they are to receive the 2021 Heritage Railway Association’s Interpretation Award, sponsored by Heritage Railway Magazine ... See more

1 month ago

Weekly Exhibit

Something different this week, a whole exhibition! During the year, the museum has hosted a temporary exhibition on Narrow Gauge Railways in Literature. Unfortunately, shortly after ... See more

1 month ago

Museum working party 17th Dec 2020

The Tywyn weather mojo calmed the high winds and eased away the overnight rain clouds but didn't quite get around to delivering a bright sunny start. Not to worry, ... See more

1 month ago

On today's video, Frank takes a look at the truly unique Guinness Brewery Locomotives!

1 month ago

Weekly Exhibit

One of the museum exhibits at Abergynolwyn Station is an original Talyllyn Railway point, made up from items reclaimed from the loop which was behind the Village Incline Winding ... See more

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