A TfW Class 158 seen near Barmouth.
An Arriva trains Wales Class 158 on a Pwllhelli to Birmingham service crosses the iconic Barmouth Bridge in mid-Wales as the tide starts to come in
With a length of around 699m the wooden trestle of Barmouth on the Cambrian Line is nowadays one of the longest wooden bridges in Britain.
The bridge crosses the mouth of the river Mawddach. It ... (more)
Locos 97302 and 97303 (formerly BR class 37's 37170 and 37178) roll off the Barmouth Bridge in Wales with train 6Z97 1200 Shrewsbury to Porthmadog.
158828 working the 14:56 Machynlleth - Pwllheli crosses over the Barmouth estuary on the spectacular timber construction Barmouth Bridge. The daily steam train that passes this location can be see... (more)
Steam loco 76079 passes over Barmouth Bridge with the daily Cambrian steam train.
37417 crosses Barmouth Bridge on the Pathfinder Railtour to Pwllheli.
Standard 4 crossing Barmouth Bridge on the Cambrian Line with a Steam Charter heading for Porthmadog in North Wales
A Sprinter unit of Arriva Trains crosses Barmouth Bridge on the Cambrian line heading into barmouth