The Railway Museum

The Corris Railway Museum
The museum shop and Corris Railway are open from 10:30am until 5:00pm on the running days that passenger services operate. For more information please see our Timetable and Special Events.

  •   Whilst visiting on a cool day with heavy April showers we found this place to be very interesting and well set out attraction. All the staff were very friendly and helpful. We browsed the delightful shop then went round the interesting museum , then had...More

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    4/06/2019
  •   Visited the Corris Railway as part of a Great Little Trains of Wales holiday; this was one of ten. This is a newly re-enacted historical railway that is undergoing on-going development and expansion. What it lacks in length it more than makes up for in...More

    thumb AndrewS9142
    3/18/2019
  •   Weekend trip to Wales and this was one of our many fantastic finds. Such a dedicated team of people running the place. My son loved it. Ride the train, get some hands on history and a tour. This is not just a steam train ride,...More

    thumb Dalcuinn
    2/26/2019
  •   It was our first time on the corris railway, but our local Santa train wasn't running this year so we came to corris. It's a lovely place. The staff are friendly, the shop had lots for my little one, the cafe has a large selection...More

    thumb Joy A
    12/11/2018
  •   SUCH friendly station staff, such hard workers sharing their passion for the railway and wanting others to enjoy it.

    thumb Pauline H
    10/07/2018
  •   I really enjoyed my vist, it's a lovely line with extremely beauriful scenery, and locomotive No.7 is really stunning. I highly recommend ylu visit this place, and while you are there, go and visit the Talyllyn Railway too, it's only 2 Miles away, and owns...More

    thumb Tom's T
    10/04/2018
  •   A visit to the Corris Railway is highly recommended. Though the journey is at present short the volunteer society which runs the railway have made great progress over the 5 years that I have been visiting. Additional carriages have been completed, with two more under...More

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    8/31/2018
  •   first time i visited was 40 years ago and examined the site . i new one day the right collection of people would allow me to once again to ride on this railway . well returned this august bank holiday 2018 to do just that...More

    thumb peter f
    8/27/2018
  •   Following a walk in the Dulas Valley we happened by chance upon the Corris railway. It proved to be a delightful if short valley trip in beautifully presented carriages hauled by an immaculate locomotive. The visit was enhanced by very friendly and welcoming volunteer staff....More

    thumb paulftayl0r
    8/25/2018
  •   We recently stayed in Corris and on a rainy day decided to take our two young boys on the steam engine. It was a very short journey (around 10 mins each way) which they enjoyed followed by a guided tour around old engine sheds which...More

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    8/21/2018

Facilities Available

  • Free parking at Corris Station Yard
  • Free entry to The Museum
  • Public toilets at Corris Station
  • Children’s Play Area
  • Teas, coffees and Light Refreshments

The main buildings of Corris station were demolished in 1968 leaving only the adjacent railway stable block standing, and these buildings – badly in need of maintenance – were acquired, along with a short section of trackbed leading southwards. In 1970 the first part of the building was opened as the Corris Railway Museum. A short length of “demonstration” track was laid in 1971.

During the 1970s the Society undertook lengthy negotiations with the relevant authorities to establish the requirements for re-opening the line for passengers, while steadily building up funds and equipment. A new Corris Railway Company, reviving the original name, was incorporated to act as the Society’s trading and operating arm, while the Society achieved charitable status. The Museum was extended as more of the building was returned to satisfactory condition and today houses a shop and cafe plus a display of exhibits of Corris Railway rolling stock and historical items.

  Friends Of Corris Railway Museum Fund – Help maintain this historic building and artifacts.

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