Support the Great Little Trains of Wales

Due to the delayed start of the 2020 tourist season the narrow-gauge railways of Wales are pre-selling their their Gold Card and Discount Cards.

David, Jones, Chair of GLToW, Rheilffordd Llyn Tegid Ltd (Bala Lake Railway) says:
We look forward to welcoming visitors back in the future and asking all railway enthusiasts to support us now.
We have strived over many long years to re-build, maintain and preserve our railways along with interesting and unique items of historic rolling stock, so we can offer a great experience to our customers.
We employ between us hundreds of dedicated staff who have the exceptional skills to operate our railways professionally. Safely preserving the railways and trains that run on them. We are now in a battle to pay and retain our staff, and to cover costs so we can see our businesses through this crisis and once again entertain our customers when the crisis is over
.”




‘Dolgoch’ at Talyllyn Railway, Tywyn Image credit Ian Cooper

I am working with the GLToW and they are an amazing group of group of eleven narrow gauge railways in Wales. The Discount Card, £15 and a Gold Card £150 are great value for money.

More information can be found online at:
‘20% off discount card’ https://www.greatlittletrainsofwales.co.uk/en/discount-card
and
‘Gold card’ https://www.greatlittletrainsofwales.co.uk/en/international-gold-card

The GLToW are:

Bala Lake Railway www.bala-lake-railway.co.uk
Brecon Mountain Railway (Methyr Tydfil) www.bmr.wales
Fairbourne Railway http://www.fairbournerailway.com/
Ffestiniog Railway (Porthmadog) http://www.festrail.co.uk
Llanberis Lake Railway http://www.lake-railway.co.uk
Snowdon Mountain Railway (Llanberis) www.snowdonrailway.co.uk 
Talyllyn Railway (Tywyn) http://www.talyllyn.co.uk
Vale of Rheidol Railway (Aberystwyth) http://www.rheidolrailway.co.uk
Welsh Highland Heritage Railway (Porthmadog) http://www.whr.co.uk
Welsh Highland Railways (Porthmadog) http://www.festrail.co.uk
Welshpool and Llanfair Railway (Llanfair Caereinion) http://www.wllr.org.uk

More information can be found online at www.greatlittletrainsofwales.co.uk.

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