B&FRHT (Registered no: 11668316) Garth Celyn, Penrhyndeudraeth, Wales, LL48 6RF


Trawsfynydd was one of the intermediate stations between Bala and Blaenau Ffestiniog, it was a large station with a goods yard beside it along with an engine shed but which was only capable of holding one locomotive. The engine shed here was a sub shed of Croes Newydd. Things to See

Things to See




Due to Trawsfynydd Station itself and all of the line between Trawsfynydd Lake Halt and Trawsfynydd being in private hands the Trust has no plans to extend the current limits at Trawsfynydd Lake Halt to Trawsfynydd.

Instead the Trust will try and keep the memory of the line beyond Trawsfynydd alive through this website and any other methods it can.

Trawsfynydd in 1911. An eclectic mix of Great Wester 6 wheel stock leaves the up platform for Bala whilst an engine uses the down line to shunt the yard. On the right workmen have started laying the new platform surface
The driver poses for the photographer as the fireman keeps a watchful eye on the water level as the tanks fill on 7428
After filling the tanks of 7428 the crew pose together as a couple of local lads watch proceedings
The station in 1966. Almost all infrastructure is still intact apart from the removal of all the watering facilities
The view towards Blaenau Festiniog in 1966, The remains of the camp station can be seen through the arch of the bridge. Notice the ornate canopy supports still attached to the front of the building
Station Road, Trawsfynydd. 1904