The United Kingdom is the cradle of the Industrial Revolution and that of the railways, that is why both in England and in Scotland, Ireland or Wales there are old railway lines that today offer sightseeing tours. For train fans, this is heaven.
In the case of Wales there are many historic train tours what can we do. One of them, traversing the green and picturesque Welsh countryside, is the Rheilfford Talyllyn Train. This is a steam train that begins its journey on the coast of Tywyn, twisting at the foot of Calder Idris towards the Dolgoch, Abergynolwyn and Nant Gwernol Falls. Part of the route is on the side of the hill and through thick forests.
East historic train in Wales makes its nostalgic journey in one hour, one hour one way, one hour back, and the ticket allows you to go down, take tours, explore paths through the trees, see the waterfalls or visit the beach. Also at the departure station there is a railway museum, the Narrow Gauge Railway Museum, museum that precisely tells the story of the little trains that used to cross England. there is also a cafe where you can have tea or lunch.