Summer reopening 2020
Due to COVID our railways are now starting to open for the summer season. Visit Wales is asking all tourists to ‘Make your promise to Wales’ and Visit Wales Safely. Not all railways are open, please check details and restricitons.
With travel in Wales beginning, holiday accommodation reopening and camping to start soon, the Great Little Trains of Wales (GLToW) are welcoming visitors.
GLToW are regulated by the Office of Road and Rail (ORR) which ensures railway companies protect passengers from any health and safety risks.
GLToW railways have made several modifications to the way they operate so that we can keep you, our staff, and volunteers safe.
Bala Lake Railway - OPEN Thursday 9th July
Brecon Mountain Railway - Merthyr Tydfil - Later this season
Fairbourne Railway - OPEN Tuesday 14th July
Ffestiniog Railway – Porthmadog - OPEN Monday 29th July Porthmadog to Tan y Bwlch only
Llanberis Lake Railway - OPEN Saturday 1st August
Snowdon Mountain Railway - OPEN Friday10th July (Summit cafe will remain closed)
Talyllyn Railway – Tywyn - OPEN Saturday 1st August (Cafe open now)
Vale of Rheidol Railway – Aberystwyth - Reopening for the 2021 season
Welsh Highland Heritage Railway – Porthmadog - See Ffestiniog above
Welsh Highland Railway – Caernarfon - Reopening soon
Welshpool & Llanfair Railway - Reopening soon