Our journey to Wales – I had booked our hotel rooms in the National Park of Bala. On our way to the hotel, we came upon Llanuwchllyn Station. The railway’s head quarter is located in the pretty Welsh village of Llanuwchllyn, there are ample free car parking, refreshments, small gift shop, toilets and picnic tables for locals families day outing, The storage and repair facilities can be found here.
On our way to the station, we met a lady enjoying herself, happily and lovingly painting a portion section of the train. The serene and pretty Welsh country side surrounding the station. We can get the train tickets from the cafe, drinks and foods also serve here.
Llanuwchllyn Station features an original Great Western Signal Box that is often open to visitors and provides an unique perspective on the station. All trains start and finish the journey at Llanuwchllyn and early visitors may be able to view the day’s engine being prepared prior to the departure of the first train of the day.
Each trip to Bala and back, the locomotive is serviced at the water tower at the western edge of the Llanuwchllyn station site, where this fascinating process can be viewed. The Bala Lake Railway offers a delightful 9 mile – approx 1 hour , return journey along Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake), through the beautiful and natural Snowdonia National Park.
We didn’t want to go for the steam train rides and spent our times at this gorgeous and beautiful steam station. I had a happy hour of clicking my camera on the locals and their families enjoying the day outing at this station.