Unusual coallading between Porthmadog and Caernarfon
Caernarfon Castle dominates the skyline as 2-6-2+2-6-2 Garratt No 138 runs round it`s train from Porthmadog. This is a really great journey through Snowdonia.
Double Fairlie 'Merddin Emrys' works an early morning Dinas-Rhyd Dhu empty stock over the new bridge near Bryn Gloch.
2-6-2+2-6-2 T Garratt number 143 of the Welsh Highland Railway (former South African Railways/Alfred County Railway) with her train in the beautiful landscape near Rhyd Ddu station.
2-6-2+2-6-2 T Garratt number 143 of the Welsh Highland Railway (former South African Railways/Alfred County Railway) arriving with a train from Hafod y Llyn at Caernarfon station. This was the ver... (more)
After having just taken water, Garratt No. 87 runs around its train in preparation to take the 10:0am train to Beddgelert. This locomotive was built by John Cockerill of Seraing, Belgium in 1936 f... (more)
The world's first Garrett locomotive, built in Manchester by Beyer-Peacock in 1909 for service in Tasmania, takes water on a wet, murky day in preparation to haul the first train of the day to Rhy... (more)
2-6-2+2-6-2 NG16 class Beyer -Garratt on the lower levels of the Welsh Highland railway before the climb up to Rhydd Ddu
NG143 takes water in readiness to haul the 1525 departure to Rhyd Ddu. This locomotive was built in Manchester in 1958 for service in South Africa and members of this class are the largest 2ft gau... (more)
American built Alco "Mountaineer" stands under the water column after arriving with a Welsh Highland Railway train from Waunfawr. This loco was built for service on the trench railways in France d... (more)
Ffestiniog Railway's Alco 2-6-2T Mountaineer