Vale of Rheidol Railway
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Vale of Rheidol Railway information
This scenic narrow-gauge railway is one of Aberystwyth's most popular attractions. Steam locomotives built between 1923 and 1938 have been lovingly restored by volunteers and chug for almost 12 miles up the beautiful wooded valley of the River Rheidol to Devil's Bridge. The line opened in 1902 to bring lead and timber out of the valley.