Rheilffordd Corris Railway
Situated just off the A487 between Dolgellau and Machynlleth
Ride in an old fashioned steam train on a journey that is enjoyable for everybody and just right for families. Take a gentle trip down the beautiful Dulas Valley in one of the observation carriages on this family-friendly steam railway. See sheep grazing on the riverside slopes by woodland old and new, with buzzards wheeling overhead. Look into our workshops during the short guided tour of the Railway's head quarters at Maespoeth, and after visit our shop and free museum at Corris. There see original slate-carrying waggons, and the 'chicken' living inside a rescued original Corris Railway carriage. Children can play with 'small world' toys, use a children's playground and try a family quiz. Lucky children might even get to blow the whistle and wave the green flag. Our volunteer drivers, firemen, guards and shop staff are all fully trained enthusiasts for railways and passengers and are always keen to share their 'inside' knowledge. The Railway and Museum are always 'works in progress', so visit us again to see how we are doing.
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found out souxh more about the railway this visit and even got to go into the engine
will sure be back to... read more ride the extra track you're planning
A fantastic narrow gauge railway - We visited the railway on July 5th and it was a fantastic experience. The loco and rolling stock were in immaculate condition and the staff were very friendly and knowledgeable.
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The tour round the workshop was very interesting and our guide was great. If you are in the area and interested in railways and their history a visit to the Corris Railway is a must
Worth a visit - Nice little railway. 3 year old son really enjoyed it. Train ride is only 10 minutes each way and then there is a short talk about the history of the... read more railway. Son was not interested in the talk but there was a train table which he liked playing with. Only suggestion would be that it is looking a little tatty - could do with replacing the trains.
A trip down Memory Lane - This is an absolutely delightful experience. You start off in the ticket office and are given an old fashioned ticket to be punched. There’s a museum and you can have... read more refreshments while you wait. The train itself is a thing of beauty, immaculately maintained and clearly loved by the team of volunteers who run the line. And what a great bunch of guys. So enthusiastic and great with our grandchildren. A truly happy trip. Toot toot!
Nice little spot to stop off - Very pleasant place to visit. There wasn’t tonnes to look through but the museum was quaint and well kept. The staff were very friendly and the tour of facilities at... read more the Maespoeth end of the line was very interesting.
The journey on the train was short but sweet.
Small but perfectly formed - Not a long ride (yet!) but the locomotive and carriages were authentic and immaculate, the operating practices excellent, the views pleasant, and the staff extremely friendly. Delightful and an object... read more lesson to some other lines. I wish them well.
We only had time for the £5 20 minute round trip on this little railway, but it was such great fun and really enjoyable. Staff were brilliant and it was... read more so lovely chugging up the side of the mountain in an old fashioned carriage and train.
If you are passing here and dont have time to do the full trip, do take the 20 minute trip as its very enjoyable, no matter what age you are.
Narrow Gauge Gem - Friendly little railway in the lovely village of Corris. Only about 1 1/2 miles long currently but has an interesting history and definitely worth a visit. Can be reached by... read more a 15 minute taxi ride from Machynlleth or the occasional bus service.
|General Funds||The Southern Extension||Corris Station||The Tattoo Locomotive||The Falcon Locomotive||F.O.C.R.M
The railway is managed and operated by volunteer members of all ages. Membership benefits include free travel on the railway for up to 4 times a year, receiving the quarterly "The Corris-Pondent" and the occasional journal. Also the opportunity to become a volunteer.
Show your valid Cambrian Line ticket at Corris Station to get a 20% discount off our standard day return ticket. "Valid" means tickets used to travel on the Cambrian line during the past week.