The Teifi Valley Railway* is a narrow-gauge tourist railway located at Henllan, about four miles to the east of Newcastle Emlyn on the border of Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion. Unfortunately the railway is currently not in operation, due to the activities of the previous management of the line. We now have a new team who are working hard to put things right, and intend to reopen at Easter 2015. Please bear with us while we do this, or better still come and help us.
The cafe at Henllan Station is open at weekends for drinks, cakes and hot and cold light meals. Phone the station on 01559 371077 to check times, and come along to find out about the railway, or just for a break if you're passing.
The childrens play areas are also still available, and our miniature railway runs on special occasions.
Teifi Valley Railway Society meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month. The next meeting is on Wednesday 18th March at 7pm in the Railway Cafe. All members are welcome, plus anyone wishing to join us. Please note that for this month only, the meeting has been delayed by a week.
*The railway takes its name from the nearby River Teifi, or Afon Teifi in Welsh (pronounced "a von tie vee"). It is one of the longest rivers wholly within Wales and forms the boundary of the counties of Carmarthen and Ceredigion.
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