THE RHOS HELYG NOT-SO-LIGHT RAILWAY
A 32mm Gauge Railway
by Tony and Ruth Willmore
27th May 2018
The following photographs are courtesy of Mike Barton,
except where noted otherwise.
Below, visiting Bertie, "Lady Sam", seen at the engine shed.
Below, Brenda Waters' "Welsh Pony" is prepared for her run.
Ray Waters brings "Welsh Pony" out of the station with a Glyn Valley Tramway train, below.
Below, "Lady Sam" and her train on the viaduct.
With rain in the air, Mike Barton's "Sir Theodore" prepares to leave the station with the Glyn Valley train.
Later, Phil Vose's Billie is seen on the viaduct with the train, below.
John Musselwhite's "Taliesin" takes the goods train, below.
Below, with more rain threatening, Ian Blackburn's Millie brings the GVT train across the viaduct.
Mike Lilley and Tony Willmore discuss Tony's "Wren" locomotive that he has recently finished building, below.
Photograph courtesy of Ruth Willmore.
Above, "Welsh Pony" and her train pass the locomotive depot area.